Please note that an employee must be in paid status on the day prior to a holiday and immediately after a holiday in order to receive complete pay for the holiday period.
31.04.01 System Holidays
1.1 An employee listed in the position identification database in a budgeted position for 50 percent or more time for a period of at least four and one-half months, excluding an employee in a position for which student status is a requirement for employment, is entitled to holiday pay.
1.2 An eligible part-time employee will receive holiday pay and holiday compensatory time on a proportionate basis.
1.3 In this section, workday means a day on which an employee is normally scheduled to work. An employee who is on leave without pay for the entire workday immediately before or after a holiday is not considered an employee for purposes of this section. An employee who is working or in a paid leave status for at least part of the workday immediately before or after a holiday is considered to be an employee for purposes of this section. To be paid for a holiday, an individual must be an employee:
(a) on the workday immediately before and after a holiday that falls mid-month (other than the first or last workday of the month);
(b) on the workday immediately after a holiday if the holiday falls on the first workday of a month; or
(c) on the workday immediately before a holiday if the holiday falls on the last workday of a month.
|Thanksgiving||Nov. 24-25||2 days|
|Christmas/New Year's||Dec. 23 - Jan. 1||6 days|
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||Jan. 16||1 day|
|Spring Break||Mar 16-17||2 days|
|Memorial Day||May 29||1 day|
|Independence Day||July 4||1 day|