UNIFORMED SERVICES EMPLOYMENT AND REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ACT OF 1994, as amended
The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) was enacted by Congress and signed into law by President Clinton on October 13, 1994. Congress amended the law in 1996, 1998, and 2000. The version shown here includes all amendments through October 1, 2001. If further amendments are made, we will include them here. USERRA is codified in Title 38, United States Code, Sections 4301-4333 (38 U.S.C. 4301-4333).
CHAPTER 43--EMPLOYMENT AND REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS OF MEMBERS
OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES
4301 Purposes; sense of Congress
4302 Relation to other law and plans or agreements.
4304 Character of Service
SUBCHAPTER II--EMPLOYMENT AND REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS AND
4311 Discrimination against persons who serve in the uniformed services and acts of reprisal prohibited.
4312 Reemplloyment rights of persons who serve in the uniformed services.
4313 Reemployment positions.
4314 Reemployment by Federal Government.
4315 Reemployment by certain Federal Agencies.
4316 Rights, Benefits, and obligations of persons absent from employment for service in a uniformed service.
4317 Health Plans.
4318 Employee pension benefit plans.
4319 Employment and reemployment rights in foreign countries.
SUBCHAPTER III--PROCEDURES FOR ASSISTANCE, ENFORCEMENT, AND
4321 Assistance in obtaining reemployment or other employment rights or benefits.
4322 Enforcement of employment or reemployment rights.
4323 Enforcement of rights with respect to a State or private employer.
4324 Enforcement of rights with respect to Federal executive agencies.
4325 Enforcement of rights with respect to certain Federal Agencies.
4326 Conduct of investigation; subpoenas.
SUBCHAPTER IV--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
4334 Notice of rights and duties.