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1. Description and Purpose All regular full-time and part-time employees of the City of Saint Paul (City) will receive holiday pay of their normally scheduled workday at their regular rate.
2. Applicability This policy applies to all regular full-time and part-time employees of the City.
3. Failure to Comply Failure to comply with this policy may result in disciplinary action in accordance with any and all disciplinary policies of the City.
B. POLICY AND PROCEDURE
1. The following shall be recognized as holidays with pay for all regular employees who are in pay status before and following such days:
New Year’s Day
March Madness Break
(second Monday in March)
(first Monday after Easter)
(last Monday in May)
Sts. Peter and Paul Day
(first Monday in September)
Aleut Independence Day
(fourth Thursday and Friday in November)
2. For regular employees, not on shift work, if a holiday falls on Saturday, the preceding Friday will be observed as the holiday. If a holiday falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be observed as the holiday.
3. For regular employees on shift work, if a holiday falls on a designated work day, the employee may, at the option of the supervisor, work the holiday at double pay, or may take an alternative day off in the week following the holiday, unless otherwise specified in an employment contract or written agreement.
4. For regular employees on shift work, if a holiday falls on a designated non-work day, the employee shall be granted an alternative day off, unless otherwise provided by employment contract or written agreement.
5. If a holiday is observed while an employee is on paid leave, it is not counted as part of that leave.
6. Employees shall be paid for Holidays only if in pay status the day before and the day after the holiday.
7. Employees shall be paid for Holiday proportionally based on recent historical average daily wages.
F. POLICY HISTORY
1. This policy replaces Section 11.01.01 – 11.05.03 in the City Code of Ordinances (CCO).