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(A) The village recognizes the following as legal holidays:
(1) New Year's Day;
(2) Memorial Day;
(3) Independence Day;
(4) Labor Day;
(6) Day after Thanksgiving;
(7) Christmas Eve;
(8) Christmas Day; and
(9) Two floating holidays as approved by the department head and the Village Administrator.
(B) If the above holiday falls on a Sunday, the following day shall be observed. However, if the holiday falls on Saturday, the village will recognize the preceding Friday as a holiday for those employees not scheduled to work on Saturday. In either case, payment for such holiday shall be that employee's regular daily pay. Any employee shall forfeit his/her right to payment for any holiday if he/she has an unexcused absence on the last regular work day preceding such holiday or on the next regular work day following such holiday.
(C) All regular full-time employees shall receive their normal compensation for official holidays. If a regular hourly employee is required to work on a holiday, he/she shall be paid 1½ times the normal hourly rate of pay in addition to their normal compensation for official holiday.
(D) All part-time employees do not receive any holiday except if they are required to work. If a part- time employee must work on a holiday, he/she shall be paid 1½ times the normal hourly rate of pay.
(E) If an employee is eligible for both overtime compensation and extra compensation described in divisions (C) and (D) above, in the same work period, he will only receive the larger of the two. (For example, a full-time public works employee who works 50 hours during the Christmas week work period, including eight hours on Christmas, receives 48 hours pay at the regular rate, and ten hours pay at time- and-a-half. If he works 45 hours during the week, including eight hours on the holiday, he receives 45 hours pay at the regular rate and eight hours pay at the time-and-a-half rate.)
(Ord. 2000-02, passed 5-17-00)