ORS 10.090
Prohibited acts by employers against jurors

  • notice to jurors
  • remedy for violations

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Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries, August 7, 2023

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An employer commits an unlawful employment practice under ORS chapter 659A if the employer discharges, threatens to discharge, intimidates or coerces any employee by reason of the employee’s service or scheduled service as a juror on a grand jury, trial jury or jury of inquest.`


An employer may not require that an employee use vacation leave, sick leave or annual leave for time spent by the employee in responding to a summons for jury duty, and the employer shall allow the employee to take leave without pay for time spent by the employee in responding to a summons for jury duty.


This section may not be construed to alter or affect an employer’s policies or agreements with employees concerning employees’ wages during times when an employee serves or is scheduled to serve as a juror.


When summoning jurors, the person whose duty it is under the law to summon shall notify each juror of the juror’s rights under this section.


An employee who alleges a violation of subsection (1) of this section may bring a civil action under ORS 659A.885 (Civil action) or may file a complaint with the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries in the manner provided by ORS 659A.820 (Complaints). [1975 c.160 §1; 1985 c.703 §11; 2011 c.118 §3; 2011 c.377 §3]

Source: Section 10.090 — Prohibited acts by employers against jurors; notice to jurors; remedy for violations, https://www.­oregonlegislature.­gov/bills_laws/ors/ors010.­html.

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