Corporate Response to Reserve Components' Call-Ups

Kelly, Carol A.
January 2001
Officer;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p78
Reports on the different corporate policies that Fortune 500 companies have in place when reserve officers in the United States are called to emergency active duty. Typical questions executives are asked regarding salary and pay differentials; Companies that provide the best salary packages; Overview of benefits.


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