Pay & Attendance


Do I get paid for jury duty?

The compensation for jury service is $10 a day for each day served, plus a mileage fee. You are paid only for the days you are required to report in and are present. If you are not called to come in, GO TO WORK.


  • We do payroll every 2 weeks
  • It will include your $10 per day and mileage
  • Narrows Bridge toll and Pierce County Ferry fees are also reimbursed, but in a separate check at the end of the month.
  • It is your responsibility to talk to your employer about if you are paid your wages while you are on jury duty and how they deal with $10 payment.
  • On your check, you can only see some of the dates you are paid for due to a small window. You can print an Attendance Report if desired.
  1. Attendance Report / Workslip
  2. Mileage
  3. Bridge & Ferry Fees
  4. Waive Jury Pay?

Attendance Report - Workslips

We provide workslips. This is a letter from us to you and will list the dates of your jury service.

You can print your own work slip by going to our website. Look for 'Print - Jury Attendance Report'. Input your badge number and date of birth. You or your employer can print a workslip listing the days you have been marked here into attendance for jury duty.

You can also contact us to print a work slip for you. We can mail, FAX or e-mail it to you.

Employer Responsibilities - Jury RCW 2.36.165

It is against the law, per RCW 2.36.165, for an employer to fire or demote or harass an employee because they serve as a juror. RCW 2.36.165(2) states 'An employer shall not deprive an employee of employment or threaten, coerce, or harass an employee, or deny an employee promotional opportunities because the employee receives a summons, responds to the summons, serves as a juror, or attends court for prospective jury service.' However, the law does not require that the employee be paid in full while serving.