8.03. Where an employee acts as a juror, he or she must inform his or her employer as soon as he or she receives his or her subpoena; the employer repays the difference between the employee’s costs as a juror and the employee’s wage.
Where an employee acts as a witness in relation with the performance of his or her functions, he or she must inform the employer as soon as he or she receives the subpoena; the employer pays the employee his or her wages as if the employee were at work.
O.C. 441-84, s. 17; O.C. 799-2003, s. 20.