St. Paul Extends Paid Military Leave Policy

The St. Paul Companies has extended its military leave policy for all company employees who volunteer for, or are called to active full-time military service in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The insurer usually provides up to two weeks of salary and benefits for military leave. But under the new policy, any employees on active duty in the armed forces will remain on the company payroll for up to 12 months at regular salary, subject to an offset for military pay.

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