Time military

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In Switzerland, the term temporary military includes officers and non-commissioned officers who are responsible, in particular, for general basic training at the recruit schools and also for the training blocks of the standby companies. In cooperation with the professional officers and the professional NCOs, they ensure the general training of the recruits during the first 8 to 13 weeks of the recruit schools, or train the militiamen and militia cadres in the standby companies.

Officers can also be deployed in special functions in the standby units or as assigned officers by commanders.

In contrast to professional soldiers, temporary soldiers only have limited employment contracts of a maximum of five years. Temporary militaries have a weekly working time of 45 hours, in contrast to professional militaries, who cannot calculate working time. The working hours are based on the needs of the troops and the overtime can be partially compensated, but not paid out.

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