Holiday Pay Inquiry
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First Published :Tue Nov 25 23:08:47 GMT 2014
Last Modified :Thu Mar 02 14:05:12 GMT 2017
Last Published :Thu Mar 02 14:05:12 GMT 2017
Reference for employees who have inquiries about pay during University holidays.
Holiday Pay - for Staff (see Faculty Handbooks for their policies)
Regular, full-time employees receive pay for University holidays, without any waiting period. Regular, part-time employees will receive pay only for the holidays which occur on the days they are regularly scheduled to work.
Non-exempt employees who are required to work on a holiday will be compensated at time and one-half for hours worked on that day, using code OT- 102. In addition, such employees will receive either another day off or a day's pay at the normal rate. Should the holiday be observed on a day other than the actual holiday, and employees are scheduled to work both days, they will receive time and one-half for both days plus either 2 additional days off or 2 additional days pay at the normal rate (example: if July 4 is a weekend and observed on Mon or Fri).
The policy on holiday scheduling and holiday pay may not be applicable to departments that operate on a six- or seven-day work schedule. You should consult your Department Head if you are employed in a unit with such shift assignments.
If you take an unexcused absence the day before or the day after a holiday, you will not receive pay for that holiday. Exceptions may be made for approved absences.
The University recognizes the right of employees to observe the holidays of their religion. At the employee's discretion, time taken for this reason may be considered vacation time, personal days, or absence without pay. Employees should discuss religious holidays with their supervisors well ahead of time, so that the supervisor can prepare for the employee’s absence from the workplace. (see Employee Handbook)
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