Unless stated otherwise in a collective bargaining agreement in full force and effect, eligible employees shall receive holiday pay when the employee has been on paid status for at least two days during the calendar week in which the holiday occurred. No holiday pay shall be allowed in any case where such holiday occurred within, immediately before or immediately after a period of disciplinary suspension, unauthorized absence or unpaid absence. Nothing herein shall be construed to deny holiday pay to an employee who has been on paid status on the working day immediately before, and on the working day immediately following said holiday.
- New Years’ Day -- January 1 (see note)
- Martin Luther King Day -- Third Monday in January
- Good Friday -- Friday before Easter Sunday
- Memorial Day -- Last Monday in May
- Independence Day -- July 4 (see note)
- Labor Day -- First Monday in September
- Thanksgiving Day -- Fourth Thursday in November
- Day after Thanksgiving Day -- Fourth Friday in November
- Last normal workday before Christmas Day (see note)
- Christmas Day -- December 25 (see note)
- Last normal workday before New Year’s Day (see note)
NOTE: Whenever Independence Day, July 4, falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be observed as a holiday. Whenever New Year's Day, Independence Day or Christmas Day falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be observed as a holiday. Whenever New Year's Day or Christmas Day falls on a Saturday, the following Monday shall be observed as a holiday
Holiday Pay - Part-Time Employees:
- Non-exempt employees who work an average of 20 hours per week on a year-round basis in positions which are budgeted at half-time or more shall be eligible for Holiday pay to the extent they are normally scheduled. Administration of these provisions shall be in accordance with the preceding paragraph on Holiday pay.