Court Leave. 35.4.1 Leave of absence with pay shall be given to every employee, other than an employee on leave of absence without pay, or under suspension, who is required
Court Leave. 65:01 An employee who is summoned for jury duty or who receives a summons or subpoena to appear as a witness in a court proceeding, other than a court proceeding occasioned by the employee’s private affairs, shall be granted a leave of absence with pay for the required period of absence and all jury or witness fees received by the employee shall be remitted to the Employer.
Court Leave. Leave of absence without loss of regular pay shall be given to a Nurse other than a Nurse on leave of absence without pay or under suspension, who is required:
Court Leave. The Employer shall grant leave with pay to an employee for the period of time he or she is required:
Court Leave. 18.4.1 Members who are summoned to be witnesses or jurors by a court or any body with the power of subpoena, shall, if their attendance requires them to be absent from their scheduled responsibilities, notify their Chair (or equivalent) of the summons as soon as possible. Members shall supply the Chair (or equivalent) with a copy of the summons.
Court Leave. The Employer shall grant full pay where an employee is summoned for any jury duty or subpoenaed as a witness or victim of a crime (outside the scope of his/her employment) by any court or other adjudicatory body as listed in this Article. All compensation for such duty may be reimbursed to the department unless such duty is performed totally outside of normal working hours. An employee released from jury or witness duty prior to the end of his/her scheduled workday shall report to work for the remaining hours. Employees will honor any subpoena issued to them, including those from Workers’ Compensation, Unemployment Compensation, and State Employment Relations Board hearings. Nothing in this section applies to court appearances in connection with collateral employment. It is not proper to pay employees when appearing in court for criminal or civil cases, when the case is being heard in connection with the employee’s personal matters, such as traffic court, divorce proceedings, custody, appearing as directed with juvenile, etc. These absences would be leave without pay, compensatory time, personal leave or vacation at the discretion of the employee. An employee shall request prior approval for court leave, in order for such leave to be granted.
Court Leave. The Employer shall grant leave with pay to an employee for the period of time the employee is required:
Court Leave. 23.01 Paid leave shall be granted to any employee required to be a witness or juror by any body in Canada with powers of subpoena. The employee shall notify her/his immediate supervisor immediately upon her/his notification that he/she will be required to attend court and present proof of service requiring her/his attendance.
Court Leave. 23.16 Upon written request, an Employee shall be granted leave without loss of pay when summoned to serve for jury duty or jury selection or when subpoenaed as a witness to court proceedings to which the Employee is not a party.
Court Leave. A full-time or part-time employee is entitled to a leave of absence with pay at the employee's base hourly rate to respond to a work- related, enforceable subpoena to appear in a court or an administrative agency hearing in California other than as a litigant and for reasons other than those caused by the employee's connivance or misconduct. An employee may retain such payment as may be allowed the employee for lodging, meals and travel, but as a condition for entitlement to this Court Leave, the employee shall make payable to the Hospital any and all fees which the employee may receive as payment for the service as a witness. An employee on Court Leave will receive the base hourly rate of pay for those hours spent traveling to and from the court or administrative agency hearing and the hours spent attending to the employee's obligation as a witness so long as those hours correspond to the employee's assigned work schedule. Time spent as a witness or travel time which are outside the employee's assigned work schedule shall not be paid. If an employee's obligation as a witness expires on any workday with time remaining on the employee's work schedule, the employee will be obligated to return to work. An employee ordered to appear and who does appear in a court or an administrative proceeding as a part of his or her assigned duties shall not be eligible for Court Leave. If a Resident is scheduled for Court Leave, the Resident may be excused from night call the day preceding the date of appearance in Court. A Resident who is scheduled in his/her absence shall be considered as performing additional duty hours and shall be compensated as set forth in Article 22.