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- Holidays in the middle of a month
- To receive Holiday pay, an employee generally must work or be in a paid leave status at least part of his or her last regularly scheduled workday immediately before the holiday and at least part of his or her first regularly scheduled workday after the holiday. Examples include Thanksgiving, Martin Luther King Day, Spring Break, Memorial Day and Independence Day.
- First Workday of the Month
- An eligible employee must be in a paid status at least part of his or her first regularly scheduled workday after the holiday to receive holiday pay.
- Last Workday of the Month
- An eligible employee must be in a paid status at least part of his or her last regularly scheduled workday before the holiday to receive holiday pay.
- Work on a Schedule Holiday
- A person in a FLSA exempt or non exempt position who works on a scheduled holiday will be entitled to equivalent time off with pay to be taken during the 12 month period following the end of the workweek in which the holiday occured and on such a day(s) as may be mutually agreed upon by the employee and his or her supervisor
- However, if total hours actually worked in the workweek exceed 40 for a nonexempt employee, FLSA overtime provisions apply.
- Religious Holy Day
- An employee may use accrued vacation or compensatory time to observe Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Good Friday or any other holy day.
A regular employee who works less than full-time will receive holiday pay and holiday compensatory time proportionate to his or her percentage of full-time effort.