Holiday/Floating Holiday Schedule FY20
This calendar is included below and will also be available on the Human Resources website.
Holiday/Floating Holiday Schedule:
|Observance||Type||July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020 (FY20)|
|Independence Day||FH||Jul. 4, 2019|
|Labor Day||FH||Sept. 2, 2019|
|Thanksgiving Break||H||Nov. 28 – 29, 2019|
|Year-End Holiday Break||H||Dec. 23, 2019–Jan. 1, 2020|
|Martin Luther King Day||H||Jan. 20, 2020|
|Memorial Day||FH||May 25,2020|
Holiday Breaks and Floating Holidays begin at close of business the day before the designated holiday (or holiday break) and end at 11:59 pm on the designated holiday (or holiday break).
Holiday (H) – On designated Holidays all Middlebury operations are closed, except for a small number of mission-essential functions such as Public Safety, the heating plant, etc., which may run on reduced capacity. The actual total number of Holidays may vary slightly from year-to-year depending on whether or not year-end holidays fall on a weekend day. Benefits-eligible staff employees record “Holiday” on their timesheets for designated Holidays which occur on days on which they would otherwise have been scheduled to work. Most non-exempt, benefits-eligible employees who are required to work on a designated holiday are eligible for Holiday Premium Pay in addition to Holiday pay. (Employees who are not eligible for Holiday pay due to their non-benefits-eligible status may nonetheless be eligible for Holiday Premium Pay if they are required to work on a designated holiday.)
Floating Holiday (FH) – On designated Floating Holidays most administrative and some operational departments are closed, however certain academic areas are open as are departments providing direct support to those academic areas. Area VPs (or their designees) will determine which departments or functions may close in observance of the holiday and which must remain open and be staffed. Employees who do not work on a designated Floating Holiday record time away as “CTO” (note: time is built into CTO accruals to cover these days). Employees who are required to work on a designated floating holiday earn regular (not premium) pay and do not record CTO.