Holiday Worked, Compensating Time Off

Definition

Holiday Worked, Compensating Time Off, is a term used to define a compensatory action when an employee is required or scheduled to work on the day a holiday is observed officially at a campus.

Holiday Worked – Non-Exempt Employees

CSU policy and the CBA’s provide for premium compensation when a non-exempt employee works on the day a holiday is officially observed. Generally, the employee is compensated at his/her overtime rate on an hour-for-hour basis for all hours worked on the holiday. The premium payment may be paid in cash, banked as Holiday Work Compensation, or CTO, as appropriate to CSU Policy or the respective CBA.

Refer to the CSU Salary Schedule to determine if employee will be compensated at the rate of straight time or time-and-one-half.

For information on certain exempt employees, see Related Links:  Provision for Exempt Employees Who Worked on Holiday Adobe Acrobat Logo

Payment Provisions

Unit
Reference Payment Provision
C99 HR 2004-37 If not paid in cash, subject to Holiday Pay CTO.
E99   If not paid in cash, subject to Holiday Pay CTO.
M80   Not Applicable
M98   Not Applicable
1   Not Applicable
2,5,7,9 Article 14 If not paid in cash, subject to holiday CTO provisions. Employees not eligible for overtime shall receive time off
earned at the straight time rate.
3   Not Applicable
4 Article 25 If not paid in cash, subject to Holiday CTO provision. Employees not eligible for overtime shall receive time off
earned at the straight time rate.
6 Article 17 If not paid in cash, subject to holiday CTO provision.
8 Article 19 If not paid in cash, subject to holiday CTO provision.
10 Article 13 If not paid in cash, subject to holiday CTO provision.
11
  Not Applicable