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My just-hired employee is going out on jury duty. Do I still need to pay him?

If an exempt employee works any part of a week and is called to jury duty, both state and federal law mandate that the employee must be paid her/his salary for the entire week. Non-exempt employees however are not subject to state or federal compensation requirements requiring payment for time off due to jury duty. Your company policy would determine whether non-exempt employees would receive paid time off for jury duty service.

Quick: What’s the difference between an exempt and nonexempt employee?

Am I required to provide Sexual Harassment Training?

I don't have a lot of wall space. What happens if I fail to display employer posters?

Can my employee skip his meal break and eat at his desk if it gets too busy?

Some of my employees speak a foreign language and others are complaining. What should I do?

I want to hire a 16 year-old for the summer but she doesn't have a work permit. Can I still employ her?

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