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How To Account for Holiday Observance or Holiday Pay

If you are a full-time employee, and you did not work on a holiday, nothing needs to be done. Holidays are automatically recorded on your timesheet.

If you are a part-time employee and the holiday falls on a day that you are regularly required to work, or actually do work, you can observe the holiday up to a maximum of a full day. To add this, click on the "Select Leave" drop down and select "State Holiday" from the list of choices. Click on the "Add Leave Category" button and enter the number of hours you are normally scheduled to work.

If you are a full-time employee with an alternate work schedule (AWS) or you work on a holiday or you have a waiver for holiday pay, this may affect how you account for your time. Please see the job aid below for full details and a decision tree to properly account for your time.

If you need additional information or have a special situation, check out the helpful guide below.

Download the Completing A LATS Timesheet for Time Worked on a Holiday Guide

go to the nys attendance & leave manual online

Add State Holiday

If the "HOL - State Holiday" row does not appear on your timesheet and you are eligible, here's how to add it:

  1. Find the "Add Leave Category" line toward the bottom of your timesheet.
  2. Click on the drop-down arrow to see the choices.
  3. Go to the "No Charge" category.
  4. Select "HOL - State Holiday."
  5. Then choose "Add Leave Category."
  6. Once that line has been added you can add your time and click "Save."

Contact the BSC Time & Attendance Team

Still have questions? Try the BSC Help Center where you can send a question to our support team or search a database of FAQs.

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