In honor of Veteran’s Day, the author remembers a long time friend and veteran of the Vietnam War, Albert “Bud” Harenchar, Jr.
Feeling down and out on a Monday morning? Here is something that may perk up your day: Federal employees (most of them anyway) will get extra time off from work on December 24, 2009.
Wednesday, November 24th isn’t really a federal holiday. But, says OPM, agencies can dismiss employees early while “renewing our commitment on Thanksgiving.”
Some readers will be getting a four-day weekend in January. Other readers will get a three-day weekend. Here is how the holiday will work.
President Bush has issued an Order giving federal employees an extra holiday this year: December 26, 2008.
Federal offices will be closed on Tuesday in honor of former President Gerald R. Ford.
There are two holidays coming up in one pay period. That will create numerous questions on how to handle pay for some federal employees. Here’s what OPM has to say about it.
Friday, June 11, 2004 is not a holiday. But for pay and leave purposes, it is a holiday.