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  • Sue
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    Originally posted by Marnilr
    Thank you again. I appreciate the information. My employer has changed his mind again and given us the day back as a holiday.

    Good for you!

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  • Marnilr
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    Thank you again. I appreciate the information. My employer has changed his mind again and given us the day back as a holiday.

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  • Sue
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    Originally posted by Marnilr
    Thank you for the reply. Now, when processing payroll, is that considered a doubletime day since it had originally been scheduled as a paid holiday?
    Not unless your employer wants to pay you time for the "holiday" plus time for working that day. Any overtime required by law is for hours actually WORKED over 40 in a single week. (and over 8 in day in CA)

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  • Marnilr
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    Thank you for the reply. Now, when processing payroll, is that considered a doubletime day since it had originally been scheduled as a paid holiday?

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  • Sue
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    Originally posted by Marnilr
    President's Day is not a holiday listed in our employee handbook however, last week the President/Owner of our small company had said that we could have the day off as a holiday. This week he has rescinded that because he is angry that some of us left early last Friday. Legally, can he do that?
    Yes an employer can change benefits as long as they do not single out or discrminate based on age, sex, religion, etc.

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    CA - Holiday

    President's Day is not a holiday listed in our employee handbook however, last week the President/Owner of our small company had said that we could have the day off as a holiday. This week he has rescinded that because he is angry that some of us left early last Friday. Legally, can he do that?
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