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  • Part-time holiday pay, New York New York

    Hello. Is an employer of a privately owned company required to pay time and a half on a national holiday to a part-time worker?

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    No, they are not. (unless you have a binding employment contract to the contrary)
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      In MA and RI, SOME employees in SOME industries are entitled to time and a half if they work on SOME holidays. (So-called "Federal holidays apply ONLY if you work for the Federal government.)

      In all other states, and for, quite frankly, most employees in the two states above, regardless of your full or part time status and regardless of what holiday it is, no employee is required by either state or Federal law to be paid one penny over their regular wage.

      The above applies to private employees and not to employees of state, Federal or local government. Exceptions may also apply where government contractors are concerned. Bona fide contracts or CBA's may give additional holiday rights over and above what the law gives. But for the majority of employees employed by private employers, time and a half on holidays is owed only if the employer chooses to provide it.
      The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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