The Military Leave Pay Protection Act (MLPPA) is a San Francisco law that requires certain employers to provide employees working in San Francisco with supplemental pay, for up to 30 days, while they are on leave for military duty.
If you are a U.S. full-time, part-time, or temporary employee, you will receive supplemental compensation from Ancestry while you’re on military leave for up to 30 days in a calendar year. It can be taken in daily increments for one or more days at a time, for up to 30 days in a calendar year.
Ancestry will pay you the difference between your gross military pay and your gross regular work pay. The amount you receive would not be more than what you would have received if you had been working your regular work schedule.
Gross military pay includes the basic pay rate and may be stated on the written military orders. Gross military pay does not include any military pay allowances, such as combat, clothing, housing, or aviation.
Employees will be required to provide proof of military duty and pay to receive the Ancestry supplemental pay.