Holidays Memo 2012 - • All OpTech contract employees must...

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Guardian Building - 500 Griswold, Suite 1690 - Detroit, Michigan 48226 - 313-962-9000 - 313-962-9001 fax - MEMORANDUM TO: OpTech Employees FROM: Angelique Rodriguez-Edge, Office Administrative Manager SUBJECT: Holidays 2012 I am sending a reminder about OpTech holidays and eligible holiday pay. Per the contract employee handbook, OpTech observes the following holidays: New Year’s Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day after Thanksgiving Christmas Eve Christmas Day New Year’s Eve Floating Holiday Should a holiday fall on a weekend, the holiday will be observed on the work day closest to the holiday. The following conditions apply to OpTech’s holiday pay policy: All OpTech contract employees will be eligible for holiday pay provided the employee works an average of 32 hours per week during the preceding 30 days prior to the holiday.
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Unformatted text preview: • All OpTech contract employees must send an e-mail to [email protected] indicating which day(s) you are using as a holiday. • Holiday pay will not be considered as time worked for the purpose of overtime calculations. • If an employee is scheduled to work on a holiday, he or she will be paid employee’s regular rate of pay plus eight (8) hours of holiday pay, unless the employee opts to use the holiday on another day. • Holidays will not be paid to employees on any type of unpaid leave. • Holidays falling within an approved scheduled vacation will be recorded as holiday pay. • Contract Employee must be present at work on his or her last scheduled day prior to the holiday and the first scheduled day after the holiday to receive holiday pay. • Holiday pay cannot be banked, and paid holidays are not to exceed 10 days in a calendar year. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Enjoy your holidays!...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course ART 431 taught by Professor Van during the Fall '05 term at Michigan State University.

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