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All regular, full-time employees are eligible for holiday pay beginning with their first day of employment. We schedule all national holidays on the day. (1) Liquor Stores must be closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas Days. (1A) Liquor stores may not open prior to 12:00 noon Memorial Day. (2) Many companies. Calendars of U.S. Federal holidays, national holidays, and bank holidays for this year and next year. Information to determine any federal holiday.

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Federal Holidays and How They Are Paid

The Federal Government provides employees with 11 paid holidays each year. Private sector employers may provide these holidays off with pay, holidays off without pay, or holiday pay for working on a holiday, but they are not necessarily required to offer any of these options. It depends on the employer's company policy regarding holidays.

Review a list of federal holidays, dates each holiday will be observed in 2021 and 2022, information on holiday time off and compensation, extra holiday days off from work, and when you may have to work on a designated holiday.

List of Federal Holidays

  • New Year's Day (January 1)
  • Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. (Third Monday in January)
  • Washington's Birthday (Third Monday in February)
  • Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)
  • Juneteenth National Independence Day (June 19)
  • Independence Day (July 4)
  • Labor Day (First Monday in September)
  • Columbus Day (also observed as Indigenous Peoples Day) (Second Monday in October)
  • Veterans Day (November 11)
  • Thanksgiving Day (Fourth Thursday in November)
  • Christmas Day (December 25)

Some states and employers recognize Juneteenth, which celebrates the end of slavery in the U.S., as a paid holiday. Congress has passed legislation making Juneteenth a federal holiday. Juneteenth is celebrated on June 19th, and federal employees will observe the holiday on Friday, June 18th this year.

In addition, Inauguration Day is a paid federal holiday every four years. It is celebrated on January 20th or the 21st if the 20th is a Sunday.

Independence Day is typically called the “4th of July.” Washington's birthday is designated as such, even though the holiday is commonly known as Presidents Day.

Dates of Federal Holidays for 2021

Here's a list of the dates federal holidays are observed in 2021.

  • New Year’s Day – Friday, January 1
  • Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. - Monday, January 18
  • Inauguration Day - Wednesday, January 20
  • Washington’s Birthday - Monday, February 15
  • Memorial Day - Monday, May 31
  • Juneteenth - Friday, June 18
  • Independence Day - Monday, July 5
  • Labor Day - Monday, September 6
  • "Columbus Day" - Monday, October 11 (also observed as Indigenous Peoples Day)
  • Veterans Day - Thursday, November 11
  • Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 25
  • Christmas Day - Friday, December 24

Dates of Federal Holidays for 2022

Here's a list of the dates federal holidays are observed in 2022.

  • New Years Day – Friday, December 31
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Monday, January 17
  • Washington's Birthday - Monday, February 21
  • Memorial Day - Monday, May 30
  • Juneteenth - Monday, June 20
  • Independence Day - Monday, July 4
  • Labor Day - Monday, September 5
  • Columbus Day - Monday, October 10 "Columbus Day" (also observed as Indigenous Peoples Day)
  • Veterans Day - Friday, November 11
  • Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 24
  • Christmas Day - Monday, December 26

Observation Days on a Weekend

Federal law establishes these public holidays for Federal employees. When a holiday falls on a weekend, the holiday usually is observed on Monday (if the holiday falls on Sunday) or Friday (if the holiday falls on Saturday).

State Laws

State and local laws may have different guidelines, so check with the Department of Labor in your location for information on holiday leave and pay requirements.

Private Sector Holidays

Private companies are not required to close for holidays, or to pay overtime or holiday pay to their employees for working on a holiday. Even if they do close, they are not legally required to compensate workers with paid time off (PTO). However, companies may have policies that provide for holiday pay or paid time off.

In a 2016 survey, the Society for Human Resources Chase slate card free credit score (SHRM) ascertained that, of those companies that anticipated offering paid holidays in 2017, the majority intended to observe seven specific federal holidays: New Year’s Day (90%), Memorial Day (93%), the day before Independence Day (13%), Independence Day (93%), Labor Day (94%), Thanksgiving (97%), and Christmas (95%). A smaller percentage of businesses also planned to offer paid time off for Where can i withdraw money from my brinks card Luther King Jr.’s birthday (39%), Presidents Day (34%), "Columbus Day" (also observed as Indigenous Peoples Day) (14%), and Veterans Day (19%).

On average, private companies offered paid holidays for nine of these 11 federal holidays.

How Will You Know What Holidays You're Entitled To?

If the company doesn't explain their holiday policy during an interview, it is important to ask when you get a job offer.

Become familiar with the company's policy on holidays so you know your holiday benefits before you accept the job and sign the employment contract, rather than after the fact.

You don't want to be surprised when a holiday rolls around and you're asked to work.

Extra Days Off

The 2017 Paid Leave in the Workplace survey from the International Foundation of Employee Benefits reports that some employers provide additional holiday days off including Christmas Eve (45%) and New Year’s Eve (23%). Thirteen percent of employers surveyed closed their offices and provided a week of paid holiday leave between Christmas and New Year’s. Forty-eight percent of employers offered a floating holiday day to employees, typically one or two days a year.

Employment Status and PTO

Sometimes your work status determines whether you will be eligible for paid holidays by a private company. Full-time workers and/or workers with seniority are more likely to be allowed paid holidays than part-time employees. Levels of seniority may also determine how many what is the next major holiday coming up holidays your employer is willing to give you each year.

Check with the Human Resources department for a list of paid (or unpaid) holidays at your company. Ideally, these should be clearly explained in an official employee handbook.

The reason that holiday pay and time off isn't mandated is because the 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) (also called the “Wage and Hour Bill”) does not require payment for time not worked, such as vacations or holidays.

Holiday benefits are generally an arrangement between an employer and an employee, as part of company policy, or as a negotiated agreement between the company and the employee's representative, e.g., a union or other collective bargaining unit.

Will You Be Asked to Work?

Some what is the next major holiday coming up are more likely than others to be asked to work on a federal holiday, including shift workers, emergency personnel, and those in the healthcare, retail, and service industries.

Although there are no legally mandated holidays, paid or otherwise, for these and other non-federal workers, employees who have to work because their industry doesn't stop for holidays often have resources at their disposal.

For instance, many hospitals rockland electric smart meter opt out policies that require medical staff to work either Christmas or Thanksgiving, but not both.

Furthermore, some organizations will offer holiday pay (time and a half, a bonus, or some other incentive/reward), even though they're not required to do so. Bottom line: to find out where you stand in terms of holidays, you'll need to talk to Human Resources or your manager.

Don't be shy. It's perfectly reasonable to want to know when you'll be expected to be at work so that you can make your own plans or coverage requests.

Источник: https://www.thebalancecareers.com/holidays-paid-holidays-and-holiday-pay-2060447

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Public Holidays in Religious

St. Nicholas Day

St. Nicholas Day

Monday Dec 06, 2021

The upcoming Christian holiday St. Nicholas Day is in 3 days from today.

Hanukkah Ends

Hanukkah Ends

Monday Dec 06, 2021

The upcoming Jewish holiday Hanukkah Ends is in 3 days from today.

Dhanu Sankranti

Dhanu Sankranti

Sunday Dec 12, 2021

The upcoming Hindu holiday Dhanu Sankranti is in 9 days from today.

Geeta Jayanti

Geeta Jayanti

Tuesday Dec 14, 2021

The upcoming Hindu holiday Geeta Jayanti is in 11 days from today.

Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve

Friday Dec 24, 2021

The upcoming Christian holiday Christmas Eve is in 21 days from today.

Christmas

Christmas

Saturday Dec 25, 2021

The upcoming Christian holiday Christmas is in 22 days from today.

Holy Innocents

Holy Innocents

Tuesday Dec 28, 2021

The upcoming Christian holiday Holy Innocents is in 25 days from today.

Watch Night

Watch Night

Friday Dec 31, 2021

The upcoming Christian holiday Watch Night is in 28 days from today.

Epiphany

Epiphany

Thursday Jan 06, 2022

The upcoming Christian holiday Epiphany is in 34 days from today.

2021 Religious Holidays Service

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Public holidays

Public and bank holidays in South Australia are prescribed by the Holidays Act 1910.

Please direct all enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for the South Australian private sector workforce to the Fair Work Ombudsman. SafeWork SA is unable to provide advice regarding rates of pay and entitlements, including those for public holidays.

2021 Christmas Day

The Holidays Act in South Australia declares that when Christmas Day falls on a Saturday the following Monday will be a public holiday instead of that day. This means that in 2021 Christmas Day is not designated as a public holiday for industrial purposes.

A Bill that was put forward in the SA Parliament that would declare Christmas Day a public holiday when it falls on a Saturday was NOT agreed upon. Therefore Christmas Day is not a public holiday.

However, other laws still restrict certain activities on Christmas Day (e.g. shop trading and gaming machines).

In regards to workers, many industrial awards and agreements include specific provisions for Christmas Day. To find out more about provisions in your award or agreement speak to your HR officer or visit:

South Australia's public holidays

Download the 2021-2023 public holiday dates

Download the public holiday dates since 2007

Download iCalendar 2020-2024 public holiday dates (also includes school holiday dates)

Holiday and date2021202220232020
New Year's Day
1 January
Friday
1 January
Monday
3 January +
Monday
2 January
Wednesday
1 January
Australia Day
26 January
Tuesday
26 January
Wednesday
26 January
Thursday
26 January
Monday
27 January
Adelaide Cup Day*
second Monday in March
Monday
8 March
Monday
14 March
Monday
13 March
Monday
9 March
Good Friday
varies with the lunar cycle
Friday
2 April
Friday
15 April
Friday
7 April
Friday
10 April
Easter Saturday
varies with the lunar cycle
Saturday
3 April
Saturday
16 April what is the next major holiday coming up
Saturday
8 April
Saturday
11 April
Easter Monday
varies with the lunar cycle
Monday
5 April
Monday
18 April
Monday
10 April
Monday
13 April
School Holidays - Term 1 10-26 April 15 April-1 May 15-30 April 10-26 April
Anzac Day
25 April
Monday
26 April #
Monday
25 April
Tuesday
25 April
Saturday
25 April
Queen's Birthday /
Volunteer's Day

second Monday in June
Monday
14 June
Monday
13 June
Monday
12 June 
Monday
8 June
School Holidays - Term 2 3-18 July 9-24 July 8-23 July 4-19 July
School Holidays - Term 3 25 September-10 October 1-16 October 30 September-15 October 26 September-11 October
Labour Day
first Monday in October
Monday
4 October
Monday
3 October
Monday
2 October 
Monday
5 October
School Holidays - Term 4 11 December-30 January 17 December-29 January 16 December-28 January 12 December-26 January
Christmas Eve
24 December

Part-day public holiday

Friday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Saturday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Sunday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Thursday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Christmas Day
25 December
Monday
27 December ^
Monday
26 December
Monday
25 December huntington bank streetsboro hours
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25 December
Boxing Day /
Proclamation Day

26 December
Tuesday
28 December
Tuesday
27 December
Tuesday
26 December
Monday
28 December
New Year's Eve
31 December

Part-day public holiday

Friday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Saturday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Sunday
31 December hsn credit card login synchrony bank

7pm-midnight

Thursday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Note: The dates in this calendar are the days the public holiday is observed.

# 2021 Anzac Day: With regard to the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce), the Fair Work Ombudsman has determined that public holiday entitlements apply to both Sunday 25 April and Monday 26 April. SA private sector employers should take note of industrial relations laws governing work on public holidays.

* Since 2006 the Adelaide Cup public holiday has been changed each year by Proclamation (by the SA Government) from the third Monday in May to the second Monday in March to coincide with the change in date of the horse race.

^ 2021 Christmas Day: The Holidays Act in South Australia declares that when Christmas Day falls on a Saturday the following Monday will be a public holiday instead of that day. This means that in 2021 Christmas Day is not designated as a public holiday for industrial purposes whilst noting that other laws (e.g. shop trading and gaming machines) still restrict certain activities on Christmas Day. Many industrial awards and agreements include specific provisions for Christmas Day. To check your award or agreement: Private sector see the Fair Work Ombudsman website; Public and Food bank of the rockies address Government sectors see the SAET website.

† 2021 Boxing Day / Proclamation Day: With regard to the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce), the Fair Work Ombudsman has determined that public holiday entitlements apply to both Sunday 26 December and Tuesday 28 December. SA private sector employers should take note of industrial relations laws governing work on public holidays.

+ 2022 New Year's Day: The Holidays Act in South Australia declares that when 1 January falls on a Saturday the following Monday will be a public holiday instead of that day. This means that in 2022 New Year's Day is not designated as a public holiday. Some industrial awards and agreements may include specific provisions for New Year's Day. To check your award or agreement: Private sector see the Fair Work Ombudsman website; Public and Local Government sectors see the SAET website.

Note: School holiday dates are added for reference only and are not under SafeWork SA jurisdiction.

Bank holidays

  • All public holidays are also a bank holiday and all authorised deposit-taking institutions will be closed on bank holidays.

Saturdays

  • When 1 January, 26 January, 25 December & 26 December fall on a Saturday the public holiday moves to the following Monday therefore the Saturday is not a public holiday but is still a bank holiday.

Sundays

  • The Holidays Act 1910 (SA) prescribes every Sunday to be a public holiday.
  • For industrial purposes, the Sunday provisions contained in an Award or Enterprise Agreement will generally prevail over the public holiday jack trice story unless stated otherwise.
  • When New Year’s Day, Australia Day, Anzac Day and Christmas Day fall on a Sunday, that day and the following Monday will be tudor homes for sale in north carolina holidays and bank holidays.
  • When 26 December (Proclamation Day public holiday) falls on a Sunday or a Monday, that day and the following Tuesday will be public holidays and bank holidays.
  • Enquiries relating to public holiday rates of pay and entitlements for the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce) should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Part-day public holidays

  • A person who works between the hours of 7pm and 12 midnight on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve is entitled to the public holiday rates provided by the relevant Award or Enterprise Agreement. This is still the case when those days fall on a Saturday or a Sunday.
  • As with other public holidays for workers covered by the national workplace relations system, the Public Holidays National Employment Standard applies during the times of a part-day public holiday.
  • Individuals should check their award/agreement for further details on part-day public holidays.

Impact on shop trading hours

  • The definition of public holiday under the Shop Trading Hours Act 1977 (SA) does not include a Sunday.
  • There are however certain trading restrictions applicable to Easter Sunday and when 25 December, 26 December and 1 January fall on a Saturday or Sunday in any year. Refer to Holiday trading arrangements for more details.
  • The Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve part-day public holidays do not affect prescribed trading hours relevant to the day they fall in a given year.

Extended shop trading hours over public holidays

The Government may announce exemptions to shop trading hours in the lead up to Christmas and over the Christmas/New Year period. An important condition of the exemptions is that all employees working during these extended hours will do so on a strictly voluntary basis (that is, the worker must choose to do so).

Any worker who feels they are being made to work during hours to which exemptions apply can contact SafeWork SA on 1300 365 255 for assistance and advice.

Enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for working on public holidays should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Industrial relations

The Fair Work Ombudsman has industrial jurisdiction for the South Australian private sector workforce. Enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for working on public holidays should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Источник: https://www.safework.sa.gov.au/resources/public-holidays

2021 Federal Holidays and Research Room Closings

National Archives research rooms are closed or close early on the days listed below. Normal hours will resume the following business day. You can access some NARA holdings online.

See our nationwide network of facilities to check research room hours at each location.

The Museum at the National Archives Building in Washington, DC, is open every day except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Date

Holiday

Friday, January 1

New Year’s Day

Monday, January 18

Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Wednesday, January 20

Inauguration Day

Monday, February what is the next major holiday coming up Birthday*

Monday, May 31

Memorial Day

Monday, July 5

Independence Day Observed

Monday, September 6

Labor Day

Monday, October 11

Columbus Day

Thursday, November 11

Veterans Day

Thursday, November 25

Thanksgiving Day

Friday, December 24

Christmas Day Observed

* This holiday is designated as "Washington's Birthday." Though other institutions such as state and local governments and private businesses may use other names, it is Federal policy to always refer to holidays by the names designated in the law.

**In-Service Day devoted to staff training and project work for the agency in our Research Facilities. If you have questions or concerns about this closure, please contact a Research Room supervisor.

Источник: https://www.archives.gov/news/federal-holidays

3-Day Weekend Holiday Schedule Ideas

Monday holidays like Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day and Columbus Day provide a three-day weekend for many people.

Because both parents usually value having extra weekend time with the child, dividing and sharing these holiday weekends is an important part of your holiday schedule.

Here are some examples of different ways to divide the three-day weekend holidays.

Alternate the 3-day weekend holidays

You can choose the start and end times for the three-day weekends and then alternate the weekends between parents.

For example, if Mom has Martin Luther King Jr. Day, then Dad gets Presidents Day, and you continue going closest ulta beauty store near me and forth.

You can also alternate the holidays by assigning them in any order. For example, you could give Memorial Day, Labor Day and Columbus Day to Dad and What is the next major holiday coming up Luther King Jr. Day and Presidents Day to Mom.

After you figure out which parent has what holiday, decide if you want to swap the holidays every year, have the holidays fixed every year, or have just some switch.

There are typically five weekend holidays in year, so one you can't divide them evenly. You can add your own three-day weekend to your schedule or use other holiday time to make up for this. Using a visitation timeshare calculator can help you make holiday time equal.

Split the weekend holiday time

You can split the three-day holiday weekends and give each parent part of the weekend.

For example, here is a Labor Day split where the mother has the the child from Friday at 10 a.m. to Sunday at 10 a.m. and the father has the child from Sunday at 10 a.m. to Tuesday at 10 a.m.

Here the father has the the child from the Friday at 7 p.m. to Sunday at 9 a.m. Then the mother has the child from Sunday at 9 a.m. to Monday at 7 p.m.

You can have the same arrangements for all three-day weekend holidays or a different arrangement for each holiday.

After you figure out how to share the weekends, decide if you want to use the same exchange times every year or if you want to decide them each year.

Splitting each holiday weekend makes it easy to give parents equal three-day weekend time. This works best when the parents live close by each other.

Give the holiday to the parent who already has the weekend

You can give the Monday holiday to the parent who has the child at the start of the weekend.

For example, here the parents have an alternating weekend residential schedule where the weekend starts on Friday at 3 p.m. and goes until Monday at 9 a.m. Dad has the weekend before Columbus Day, so his weekend extends through Columbus Day until Tuesday afternoon.

Here the parents have a 2nd, 4th and 5th weekends schedule where the weekend starts Friday at 10 a.m. and goes to Sunday at 7:00 p.m. Mom has the weekend before Memorial Day, so her weekend extends until Tuesday at 10 a.m.

This three-day holiday weekend arrangement is typically used when the child visits a parent primarmily on weekends. These schedules what is the next major holiday coming up change when the parent who lives with the child already gets the holiday weekend.

The reasoning behind this arrangement is that a weekend visit is planned around school. Since the parent who has the weekend is dropping the child off at school or returning the child the night before school, when there isn't school on Monday, the parent gets an extra day with the child.

The easiest way to make a 3-day weekend holiday schedule

There's a lot to think about when you build a holiday schedule. You'll want it to give the right amount of time to each parent and work for years to come.

The Custody X Change app makes it easy. Just follow our steps to make a holiday schedule.

If you don't find your holiday on the list, you can create a new holiday.

To make a custody schedule quickly and affordably, turn to Custody X Change. You'll get written and visual versions that meet your family's needs, as well as court standards.

Источник: https://www.custodyxchange.com/topics/holidays/usa/3-day-weekends.php

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