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How to handle holiday scheduling

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holiday calendarThe last six weeks of the year include a handful of holidays for which employees clamor for time off. While some of these holidays are traditionally offered as a paid day off, no employer’s list of company holidays can possibly cover all of the days its employees might want; for some, the nature of their business requires that they remain open on popular holidays. As the holidays approach, be prepared to manage time off requests.

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When an employee asks to take off on a holiday that is not a company-paid holiday, the first thing you need to do is determine whether it is a religious holiday. If it is, you must explore whether granting the day off is a reasonable accommodation.

It is not reasonable if granting the day off would create an undue hardship (i.e., more than a minimal cost to the facility or minor disruption to operations). If giving the employee the day off does result in an undue hardship, exp...(register to read more)

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