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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jury_duty

Employers are also required to pay their employees "make-up pay", that is, the usual pay the employee would have earned from working, less the jury duty payment received from the state. Under the National Employment Standards, make-up pay is required only for the first 10 days of jury service - however the laws of ...

www.employmentlawhandbook.com/leave-laws/jury-duty-leave-laws

Jury Duty Leave and Federal Law. Federal law does not address an employer's obligation to an employee regarding jury duty. The matter has been reserved for states to address.

employment.findlaw.com/wages-and-benefits/jury-duty-and-an-employee-s-right-to-pay.html

Without them, our legal system would grind to a halt. This push and pull requires both employer and employee to make sacrifices when an employee is called for jury duty. Question: Does the law protect employees who serve on juries? Answer: To prevent employers from intimidating employees from serving on juries, many ...

www.dol.gov/general/topic/benefits-leave/juryduty

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not require payment for time not worked, including jury duty. This type of benefit is generally a matter of agreement between an employer and an employee (or the employee's representative). While federal law does not, some state laws require employers to pay employees who are ...

www.bizfilings.com/toolkit/research-topics/office-hr/employee-timeoff-benefits-required-by-law

Time-off benefits for employees can be offered at the employer's discretion, but several are mandated by federal and/or state law. Required time-off benefits include time off to vote, jury duty leave, family and medical leave, pregnancy or maternity leave, and military leave.

gusto.com/framework/business-basics/jury-duty-guide-for-employers-employees

If you're a law-abiding citizen over the age of 18, you may have heard rumblings about the pains of jury duty: it's a time suck, archaic, and could play out like an endless Law & Order rerun. But when you think about it, being on a jury and working towards justice is one of the engines that drives our democracy. And performing ...

www.paychex.com/articles/human-resources/jury-duty-leave

May 10, 2017 ... Federal law does not require employers to pay nonexempt employees—those who are often paid hourly and are eligible for overtime pay—for serving jury duty. However, white collar exempt employees paid on a salary basis—those who aren't eligible for overtime—must receive their full salary for the ...

www.surepayroll.com/resources/blog/do-employees-get-paid-for-jury-duty

Nov 19, 2016 ... States give protection to employers, too, requiring employees to give adequate notice when they have jury duty and requiring the employee to return to work the next scheduled day after their service ends. But does federal law require employers to pay for jury duty? The answer is no. But, as we mentioned, ...

www.nccourts.org/Citizens/JDuty/Default.asp

Even when jurors are seated for a trial, most trials only last for two to three days. Although employers are not required to pay employees while on jury duty, state law prevents an employer from firing or demoting any employee because of the employee's service as a juror. For more information, see the juror resources in the ...