Does an employer have an obligation to pay an employee while serving for jury duty?
In the UK, your employer does not have to pay you whilst you are on jury service, but does have to release you from work for the duration of the jury service. However you can claim for travel, food expenses and loss of earnings from the court.
To claim for loss of earnings for you, your employer must fill out a Certificate of Loss of Earnings.
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