Will federal employees get an extra day off on Christmas Eve this year?
Did the petition requesting that December 24th be a paid holiday for federal employees have an impact on the president’s decision to issue the executive order? The official White House response has been issued to the petition which gathered more than 28,000 signatures.
OPM Director John Berry has issued guidance for pay and leave purposes on the extra holiday on December 24th granted to federal employees by the president.
A reader who strongly believes federal employees should not have a paid holiday on December 24th has filed a petition asking the president not to make Christmas Eve an extra holiday this year.
More than 25,000 people have now signed a petition asking President Obama to give Federal employees an extra paid holiday on December 24th.
What is the status of the petition filed with the White House to give federal employees an extra holiday on December 24th?
Should December 24, 2012 be an extra paid holiday for federal employees? Sign the petition if you think this is a good idea.
Will federal employees get extra time off (with pay) during the holiday season? With a multi-year pay freeze in effect, some agencies may use their authority to grant more time off.
Some people are apparently planning ahead and are very curious about their paid holidays (or lack of them) during the upcoming Christmas season. For those who asked (or were even thinking about the question) here is the answer you are undoubtedly hoping to get.
How will your pay and leave be impacted with the extra time off given to many federal employees on the day before Christmas? Here are answers from the Office of Personnel Management that will resolve the questions from many readers.