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Title 5Chapter ISubchapter BPart 353


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER I—OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

SUBCHAPTER B—CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS

PART 353—RESTORATION TO DUTY FROM UNIFORMED SERVICE OR COMPENSABLE INJURY

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§353.101
Scope.
§353.102
Definitions.
§353.103
Persons covered.
§353.104
Notification of rights and obligations.
§353.105
Maintenance of records.
§353.106
Personnel actions during employee's absence.
§353.107
Service credit upon reemployment.
§353.108
Effect of performance and conduct on restoration rights.
§353.109
Transfer of function to another agency.
§353.110
OPM placement assistance.
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Subpart B—UNIFORMED SERVICE

§353.201
Introduction.
§353.202
Discrimination and acts of reprisal prohibited.
§353.203
Length of service.
§353.204
Notice to employer.
§353.205
Return to duty and application for reemployment.
§353.206
Documentation upon return.
§353.207
Position to which restored.
§353.208
Use of paid time off during uniformed service.
§353.209
Retention protections.
§353.210
Department of Labor assistance to applicants and employees.
§353.211
Appeal rights.
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Subpart C—COMPENSABLE INJURY

§353.301
Restoration rights.
§353.302
Retention protections.
§353.303
Restoration rights of TAPER employees.
§353.304
Appeals to the Merit Systems Protection Board.


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