Tennessee Code Title 8. Public Officers and Employees § 8-33-101

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When used in this chapter:

(1)(A) “Military duty” means:

(i) Training and service performed by an inductee, enlistee, or reservist or any entrant into a temporary component of the armed forces of the United States;  and

(ii) Time spent in reporting for and returning from such training and service, or if a rejection occurs, from the place of reporting for such training and service;

(B) “Military duty” also includes active duty training as a reservist in the armed forces of the United States or as a member of the national guard of the United States where the call is for training only;

(2) “Position” means employment held by a public employee at the time of entrance into military duty, but does not include temporary or casual employment or an office filled by election;

(3) “Public employee” means any person holding a position in public employment who has successfully completed the probationary period required by the agency in which such person is employed;

(4) “Public employer” means any government, department, or agency mentioned in subdivision (5) employing a public employee in a position;  and

(5) “Public employment” means employment by the government of this state, or of any county, municipality or other civil or political subdivision thereof, including any department or agency thereof.

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