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  • Question on holiday hours paid

    I live in KY. I work 2nd shift. Our schedule is 4, 10 hour days, as apposed to the normal 5, 8 hour days on 1st shift. We work thanksgiving week on monday and tuesday, and are given off wed/thursday while first shift is given off thurs/friday.

    My question is this...if we normally get paid for 10 hours a day (non overtime) then shouldnt we be given 10 hours instead of 8 for holidays? We on 2nd shift lose 2 hours a day for holidays. So I lose 4 hours for thanksgiving and 4 more for christmas. It would be the same in my eyes as only giving 6 hours to someone on first when they normally get paid 8. Any thoughts?

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    Since no state mandates that holidays, either paid or unpaid, be provided, this is completely up to the employer.
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      thanks

      thanks for the reply. Ive been looking for 2 days for an answer. Searching through tons of sites.

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      • #4
        Well, you didn't find an answer because there wasn't one (a legal one, that is). But, that's the story.
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