Employment Law Questions? Ask an Employment Lawyer.
This is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.You want to know if you should pay her for what? Was she employed with you, by you?
Thank you.If the subpoena was in relation to testifying in court on behalf of your company or if it had anything to do with your company, then yes, you would need to pay her as if she was working her regular job. But if she was not employed with you at the time she was issued the subpoena then you are under no legal obligation to pay her to appear and give truthful testimony. It is really up to your company policy.