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Indiana State Personnel Department

Indiana State Personnel Department

SPD > Benefits > State Holidays State Holidays

 

2016

 

The following is a list of the remaining 2016 state holidays and the dates on which they are observed:

Labor Day Monday September 5, 2016
Columbus Day Monday October 10, 2016
General Election Day Tuesday November 8, 2016
Veterans Day Friday November 11, 2016
Thanksgiving Day Thursday November 24, 2016
Lincoln's Birthday Friday November 25, 2016
Washington's Birthday Friday December 23, 2016
Christmas Day Sunday  December 25, 2016**
Christmas Day Monday December 26, 2016*  

 * Operations regularly scheduled Monday – Friday.
** Operations regularly scheduled on Saturday/Sunday.

All full-time, part-time and hourly employees occupying permanent positions must be compensated for all holidays listed above, in the following circumstances. To be eligible for compensation, the employee must be in pay status during the week in which the holiday is observed; however, employees are not compensated for holidays which are observed prior to the first workday of employment or for holidays which are observed after their last workday of employment. Compensation for holidays for eligible active full-time employees is 7.5 hours of compensatory time off or 7.5 multiplied by the employee’s base hourly rate. Eligible part-time or hourly employees on permanent appointment will receive holiday pay or compensatory time off calculated as one-tenth of the regular biweekly hours assigned, rounded to the nearest quarter-hour. Eligible employees who are required to work on a holiday will be compensated for the hours worked and may opt to receive holiday pay or compensatory time off. Eligible employees not required to work will receive holiday pay. For this purpose, the term “eligible employees” applies to employees in state civil service except Institutional Teachers at the Indiana School for the Deaf and the Indiana School for the Blind/Visually Impaired, and police officers who have elected a 28-day work period in accordance with 31 IAC 5-7-8(b). Intermittent and temporary employees shall not receive holiday pay. Intermittent and temporary employees who work on a date indicated above will be paid for the hours worked.

Download 2016 Holiday Schedule

2017

The following is a list of the 2017 state holidays and the dates on which they are observed:

New Year’s Day Sunday January 1, 2017**
New Year's Day Monday January 2, 2017*
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday January 16, 2017
Good Friday Friday April 14, 2017
Memorial Day Monday May 29, 2017
Independence Day Tuesday July 4, 2017
Labor Day Monday September 4, 2017
Columbus Day Monday October 9, 2017
Veterans Day Friday November 10, 2017*
Veterans Day Saturday November 11, 2017**
Thanksgiving Day Thursday November 23, 2017
Lincoln's Birthday Friday November 24, 2017
Christmas Day Monday December 25, 2017
Washington's Birthday Tuesday December 26, 2017

* Operations regularly scheduled Monday – Friday.
** Operations regularly scheduled on Saturday/Sunday.

All full-time, part-time and hourly employees occupying permanent positions must be compensated for all holidays listed above, in the following circumstances. To be eligible for compensation, the employee must be in pay status during the week in which the holiday is observed; however, employees are not compensated for holidays which are observed prior to the first workday of employment or for holidays which are observed after their last workday of employment. Compensation for holidays for eligible active full-time employees is 7.5 hours of compensatory time off or 7.5 multiplied by the employee’s base hourly rate. Eligible part-time or hourly employees on permanent appointment will receive holiday pay or compensatory time off calculated as one-tenth of the regular biweekly hours assigned, rounded to the nearest quarter-hour. Eligible employees who are required to work on a holiday will be compensated for the hours worked and may opt to receive holiday pay or compensatory time off. Eligible employees not required to work will receive holiday pay. For this purpose, the term “eligible employees” applies to employees in state civil service except Institutional Teachers at the Indiana School for the Deaf and the Indiana School for the Blind/Visually Impaired, and police officers who have elected a 28-day work period in accordance with 31 IAC 5-7-8(b). Intermittent and temporary employees shall not receive holiday pay. Intermittent and temporary employees who work on a date indicated above will be paid for the hours worked.

Download 2017 Holiday Schedule