Jury Duty and Court Appearances Sample Clauses

Jury Duty and Court Appearances. (a) Leave of absence without loss of pay and benefits will be provided to an employee summoned to serve on a jury or when subpoenaed or summoned as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding not occasioned by the employee’s private affairs, or when the employee accompanies a dependent child when the child is subpoenaed or summoned to appear as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. Leave of absence without loss of pay and benefits will be provided to an employee summoned to serve on a jury or when subpoenaed or summoned as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding not occasioned by the employee's private affairs, or when the employee accompanies a dependent child when the child is subpoenaed or summoned to appear as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding. An employee in receipt of pay or benefits under this Article has the responsibility to reimburse the employer all monies paid to him/her by the Court, except travelling and meal allowances not reimbursed by the employer.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. 1. An employee who is summoned as a member of a jury panel or subpoenaed as a witness in a matter not involving the employee's personal interests, shall be granted leave with pay and any jury or witness fees shall be retained by the employee; leave granted hereunder shall not affect an employee's annual or sick leave balance.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. (1) A faculty member who is summoned as a member of a jury panel or subpoenaed as a witness in a matter not involving the faculty member's personal interests, shall be granted leave with pay and any jury or witness fees shall be retained by the faculty member; leave granted hereunder shall not affect a faculty member's annual or sick leave balance.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. (a) Any employee on the Seniority List who is summoned for a Jury Sitting will be paid the difference between Jury Duty remuneration and his regular pay for the days he is required to be in attendance for the Jury Sitting, provided that he presents reasonable evidence satisfactory to the Employer that he was summoned to attend a Jury Sitting and did, in fact, attend such Jury Sitting.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. 31.1 In the event a regular, full-time employee in the classified service is duly summoned to any court for the purpose of performing jury duty, he/she shall receive his/her regular hourly rate of pay for any regularly scheduled working hours spent in actual performance of such service.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. Employees called for jury duty or as witnesses for the TTC or the Crown are to be granted time off from work for such purposes. Employees reporting for such duty and who are subsequently released must return to work and complete their regular shift if time so permits. While employees are required for jury duty or as a witness as outlined above, they will automatically be classed as a day worker with Saturday and Sunday as off days in order to fit in with the requirements of the courts. The TTC agrees to make up the difference between the jury pay actually earned by the employee or the witness fees received and the employee’s basic TTC pay which would have been received during the period. Expense and travel allowances are to be retained by the employee and not taken into account in calculating lost pay entitlement.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. The District Superintendent shall be permitted to attend, without loss of pay or benefits, jury duty and court and other appearances for any proceeding in which he is subpoenaed to appear.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. (Pursuant to Education Code Section 44036) Leave of absence to serve on a jury shall be granted with no loss in pay provided the employee endorses any jury duty fee received to the District.
Jury Duty and Court Appearances. 1. When a licensed professional is called for jury duty from which they cannot be excused, or is a subpoenaed witness in a case in which he is not personally involved, the salary paid to such licensed professional for the period of absence shall not be reduced by the amount of money received by them for such court duty.