Private employers. According to an opinion by the state's Attorney General, an employee is entitled to be paid his or her salary while missing work to serve on jury duty (GA Atty. Gen. Op. No. 89-55 (1989)).
Some courts pay jurors a small fee, and the employer may offset any amounts received by an employee for a particular week against the salary due for that particular week.
State employers. Under state Personnel Board Rules, a state employee is entitled to his or her regular pay for time spent on jury or witness duty or for any other proceeding for which the employee is summoned or subpoenaed to appear in any federal, state, or local court.
Such leave should have no effect on any report of the employee’s performance. Also, such leave should include both the time that the ...