Jury Duty Sample Clauses

Jury Duty. 30.1 An employee who is summoned for jury duty and is required to lose time from his assignment as a result thereof, shall be paid for actual time lost with a maximum of one basic day's pay at the straight time rate of his position for each day lost, less the amount allowed him for jury duty for each such day excluding allowances paid by the court for meals, lodging or transportation, subject to the following requirements and limitations:
Jury Duty. An employee summoned to Jury Duty or subpoenaed as a witness shall be paid wages amounting to the difference between the amount paid them for jury service or acting as a subpoenaed witness and the amount they would have earned, had they worked on such days. Employees on jury duty shall furnish the Employer with such statements of earnings as the Courts may supply. Employees shall return to work within a reasonable period of time. They shall not be required to report if less than two (2) hours of their normal shift remains to be worked. Total hours on jury duty or as a subpoenaed witness and actual work on the job in the office in one (1) day shall not exceed six and one-half (6½) hours for purposes of establishing the basic work day. Any time worked in the office in excess of the combined total of six and one-half (6½) hours, shall be considered overtime and paid as such.
Jury Duty. Any regular employee, who is required for jury selection, jury duty, coroner’s inquest or who is subpoenaed to serve as a witness in a court action, (not being himself/herself a party to the proceeding), on a day when he/she would normally have worked, will be reimbursed by the Employer for the difference between the pay received in such duty and his/her regular straight time hourly rate of pay for his/her regularly scheduled hours of work. The employee will be required to furnish proof of performing such service and such duty pay received. The employee shall not be required to turn over allowances received for traveling and meals.
Jury Duty. An employee who is subpoenaed by the Crown for jury duty, or as a witness for the Crown (not being himself/herself a party to the proceeding) shall continue to receive his/her regular pay and benefits to maximum of twenty (20) working days, provided that the employee in question would normally have worked on the day(s) in question. The employee shall turn over to the Employer any monies he/she receives from the court on the days he/she is normally scheduled to work, providing this does not exceed his/her regular pay rate. The employee shall not be required to turn over allowances received for travelling and meals.
Jury Duty. Employees selected for Jury Duty will be excused from their place of work for the period they are to serve on a jury. The Employer shall pay employees called for Jury Duty for all hours they would have been normally scheduled to work at the employee's regular straight time rate, less an amount equal to the payment received for jury service. However, the employee shall report to his/her work site when excused or not needed for actual Jury Duty. For the 24-hour employee, upon request, the employee shall be released with pay for lost time twelve (12) hours prior to the end of the shift the night immediately prior to the date on which the employee begins jury duty. In order for an employee to receive pay under this Section, they must secure a certificate from the clerk of the court in which they served evidencing the fact of jury service. The maximum number of days to be paid under this section shall be four (4) weeks in a calendar year.
Jury Duty. A. When a non-probationary, full-time employee is required to be in any court or courthouse for jury service and such service deprives such employee of pay that he otherwise would have earned, he shall be scheduled a Monday through Friday workweek between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and paid for each day on such jury service at the rate of eight (8) hours times his straight-time hourly rate, less any remuneration received by him for jury service. When a non-probationary, part-time employee is required to be in any court or courthouse for jury service and such service deprives such employee of pay that he otherwise would have earned during the Monday through Friday portion of his normal workweek, he shall be scheduled a shift between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. He will be paid for that part of his normal workweek based upon his average hours worked or paid for in each workweek, Monday through Friday, in the four (4) such workweeks immediately preceding the week(s) in which jury duty is required, less any remuneration received by him for such jury service. Utilization of such an employee on the Saturday and/or Sunday portion of his normal workweek shall continue to be at the discretion of the Employer; provided the minimum weekly hour guarantee is satisfied.
Jury Duty. If an employee is required to serve as a juror in any court of law, or is required to attend as a witness in a court proceeding in which the Crown is a party, or is required by subpoena to attend a court of law or coroner’s inquest in connection with a case arising from the employee’s duties at the Nursing Home, the employee shall not lose regular pay because of such attendance, provided that the employee:
Jury Duty. Employees will receive paid leave and be allowed to retain any compensation paid to them for their jury duty service. Employees will promptly inform the Employer when notified of a jury duty summons and will cooperate in requesting a postponement of service if warranted by business demands. If selected to be on a jury, employee-requested schedule changes will be approved, if possible, to accommodate jury duty service. If employees are released from jury duty and there are more than two (2) hours remaining on their work shift, they may be required to return to work.
Jury Duty. 19:1 Any employee who may be called for jury duty shall be permitted to be absent for a maximum of three (3) weeks.
Jury Duty. All full-time and part-time nurses who are required to serve on jury duty or who are called to be a witness on behalf of the Employer in any judicial proceeding, shall be compensated by the Employer for the difference between their jury duty/witness fee pay and their regular rate of pay. Nurses subpoenaed for proceedings not involving the Employer will be given unpaid release time.