I am owner for a small company and i need to know wich hollyday i have to pay my workers by law.
Hello and welcome,Neither federal nor state law typically require that employers pay employees for holidays if they do not work. Many employers do provide benefits such as paid vacation and paid holidays, but it is not required under the law.Employees must normally be paid overtime for all hours in excess of 8 per day at a rate of time and one-half, so if an employee works on a holiday and it exceeds 8 hours for that day, then the employee must paid this rate for the excess hours, but employees who do not work on a holiday are not required to be paid normally.
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