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Serving jury duty is your primary obligation over your job. Find out what your employer can and can't ask of you and find out what you should do if your service is canceled or you're released early.
You should notify your employer when you receive your summons so that your employer knows you are scheduled to appear for jury service, and can make any necessary arrangements.
If you’re impaneled on a jury, you should always let your employer know and give your employer an estimate of how long you expect your term of service to last. The court will let jurors know how long they might be expected to serve and what the trial or grand jury schedule will be.
While you're serving jury duty, your employer can't:
If you believe your employer is treating you differently because of your jury service, you may contact the Legal Department at (877) 966-7469 or write to us at:
Office of Jury Commissioner
ATTN: Legal Dept. / RE: Compensation
560 Harrison Ave., Suite 600
Boston, MA 02118
There are certain considerations that are taken for employees who work night shifts or are essential employees or business owners.
If your jury service is canceled or you're released from jury duty early, you should tell your employer and return to work if you have enough time to get there. Time required to return home to change into a uniform or other required work attire can be factored into your time calculation. If your employer has made arrangements for someone else to cover your shift and won't let you to report to work, you can contact the Legal Department at (877) 966-7469 or write to us at:
Monday-Friday 9 am - 4:30 pm