Independence Day 2020 will fall on a Saturday and another day will not be designated to be observed as a holiday by State employees in lieu of July 4, 2020.
Full-time employees who are entitled to observe holidays, and for whom Saturday, July 4, is a regular day off, will be credited with compensatory time off in lieu of the holiday.
Part-time employees who are eligible to observe holidays are entitled to observe only those holidays that fall on days when they are regularly scheduled to work or actually do work. However, eligible part-time employees who are regularly scheduled to work at least half-time, and who do not work on Saturday, July 4, but who are regularly scheduled to work on Friday, July 3, will be credited with holiday leave equivalent to the number of hours in the employee’s regular Friday schedule not to exceed 7 1/2 or 8 hours.
Employees required to work on Saturday, July 4, 2020, will be paid holiday pay or granted holiday compensatory time off (holiday leave), as appropriate. Questions may be directed to the Office of Human Resources via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 315-792-7191.