|Employees on unpaid leave for less than 22 days will receive holiday pay.
|Those who are on unpaid leave for 22 days or more will not receive holiday pay.
|New, benefits-eligible, non-exempt employees who start to work the day after an official holiday are not eligible for pay for the previous holiday.
|New, benefits-eligible, exempt employees who start to work the day after an official holiday will receive holiday pay only if the holiday falls on the first normal workday of a pay period.
|An Academic Year (AY) employee who works over the summer and works during a pay period in which a University designated holiday falls will be paid for that holiday.
|All benefits-eligible employees (including Official University Retirees) who terminate the day prior to an official holiday are not eligible for pay for the succeeding holiday(s). Terminal vacation may not be used to “bridge” a holiday in order to receive pay for that holiday.
|Benefits-eligible employees, who are in temporary layoff status without pay at the convenience of the department for a period of thirty (30) days or less, will receive holiday pay if an official university holiday falls during the layoff.
|Employees receiving compensation in lieu of wages (Worker’s Compensation) are not eligible for holiday pay.
|Benefits-eligible, non-exempt employees who are supplementing short-term disability benefits will receive holiday pay if they are in active status and utilizing paid leave.
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