11.0428 Determining Holidays.

Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 11.0428]

A. When a holiday falls on one of the employee’s scheduled work days in the employee’s basic work, that day is the employee’s holiday. When a holiday falls on a day outside of the employee’s basic work week or on a day other than a scheduled work day, the day to be treated as the employee’s holiday will depend on what day the holiday falls and what the employee’s work week is.

B. When a holiday falls on Sunday, the employee’s holiday is Monday, if the employee’s basic work is Monday through Friday.

C. When a holiday falls on Saturday, the employee’s holiday is Friday, if the employee’s basic work week is Monday through Friday.

D. When an employee’s basic work week does not include Sunday and holiday falls on Sunday, the employee’s next regular work day within their basic work week is the employee’s holiday.

E. When employee’s basic work week includes Sunday and a holiday falls on a day that has been designated as the employee’s non-work day in lieu of Sunday, the employee’s next regular work day within the basic work week is the employee’s holiday.

F. When an employee’s basic work week includes both Sunday and Monday, either day, but not both, may be designated as the employee’s holiday.

G. When a holiday (other than Labor Day or Thanksgiving Day) falls on an employee’s non-work day designated as in lieu of Sunday), the regular work day preceding the employee’s non-work day is their holiday.

H. When Labor Day or Thanksgiving Day falls on an employee’s non-work day, the employee’s next regular work day within the basic work week is the employee’s holiday.

History: Rule 06-98, eff. Mar. 3, 1999