Compensation to jurors. Summoned jurors receive an amount set by their county; some counties pay jurors in half-day increments.
Private employers. Wisconsin law does not generally require private employers to pay employees while they are absent for jury duty or court appearance. However, if a person is subpoenaed to testify in a criminal action or proceeding against the employer or an incident involving the person during the course of his or her employment, the employer may not decrease or withhold the employee's pay for any time lost resulting from compliance with the subpoena (WI Gen. Stat. Sec. 103.87).
Although not generally required to do so, most employers do pay all employees called to jury duty or court appearances. Some employers choose to offset any amounts received by an employee for a particular week against the salary due for that particular week.
Public employers. Public employees who are called to jury duty are entitled to a paid leave of absence ...