2003 Holiday Schedule

2003 Holiday Schedule




HOLIDAY DATE DAY OF WEEK METHOD OF
COMPENSATION*
Designated Holiday #1 January 1 Wednesday Overtime
Designated Holiday #2 January 2 Thursday Compensatory Leave
Presidential Closure #1 January 3 Friday No Additional Compensation
Designated Holiday #3 January 20 Monday Compensatory Leave
Presidential Closure #2 March 3 Monday No Additional Compensation
Designated Holiday #4 March 4 Tuesday Compensatory Leave
Designated Holiday #5 April 18 Friday Compensatory Leave
Presidential Closure #3 April 21 Monday No Additional Compensation
Designated Holiday #6 May 26 Monday Overtime
Designated Holiday #7 July 4 Friday Overtime
Designated Holiday #8 September 1 Monday Overtime
Presidential Closure #4 November 26
(Begin at Noon)
Wednesday No Additional Compensation
Designated Holiday #9 November 27 Thursday Overtime
Presidential Closure #5 November 28 Friday No Additional Compensation
Presidential Closure #6 December 22 Monday No Additional Compensation
Presidential Closure #7 December 23 Tuesday No Additional Compensation
Presidential Closure #8 December 24 Wednesday No Additional Compensation
Designated Holiday #10 December 25 Thursday Overtime
Designated Holiday #11 December 26 Friday Compensatory Leave
Designated Holiday #12 December 29 Monday Compensatory Leave
Designated Holiday #13 December 30 Tuesday Compensatory Leave
Designated Holiday #14 December 31 Wednesday Overtime

* Classified Employees Only. The Method of Compensation refers to how a Classified Employee is paid when he or she works the holiday.

All employees are encouraged to save compensatory leave and/or annual leave to be used for the Presidential closures. The Method of Compensation column refers to the method an employee will be paid if he/she is scheduled to work on the holiday.

To be eligible to receive holiday pay, an employee must have a minimum of 4 hours of either paid leave or hours worked which touches the holiday either immediately before or after the holiday.

This schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the President of the University.



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