(A)   The following are the recognized holidays for employees:
New Year’s Day
January 1
President’s Day
Third Monday in February
Memorial Day
Last Monday in May
Independence Day
July 4
Labor Day
First Monday in September
Columbus Day
Second Monday in October
Veteran’s Day
November 11
Fourth Thursday in November
Christmas Day
December 25
   (B)   In order to be eligible for holiday pay, the employee must work his or her scheduled working day immediately preceding and immediately following the holiday, unless the employee’s absence is excused.
   (C)   All full-time employees shall receive holiday pay. Holiday pay is computed at the employee’s regular straight time hourly rate at eight hours.
   (D)   If an officer’s shift begins on the holiday, all hours worked in that shift will be paid at time and one-half.
   (E)   The eight hours shall not be considered hours worked for purposes of calculating overtime.
   (F)   All holiday pay and any overtime resulting from the holiday hours being considered as hours worked shall be paid in the regular payroll cycle. No holiday hours can be accumulated or exchanged for any other time off of work.
   (G)   If non-union village employees are granted holidays other than those listed above, those extra holidays shall be granted to members of the bargaining unit.
   (H)   The result of this chapter is that if a full-time officer begins a regular work shift on the holiday, additional hours worked beyond the regularly scheduled shifts will be paid at time and one-half of regular straight time pay.
(Ord. 2014-07, passed 5-20-2014)