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The following is a list of 2013 state holidays and the dates on which they will be observed.
|New Year's Day||Tuesday||January 1, 2013|
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||Monday||January 21, 2013|
|Good Friday||Friday||March 29, 2013|
|Memorial Day||Monday||May 27, 2013|
|Independence Day||Thursday||July 4, 2013|
|Labor Day||Monday||September 2, 2013|
|Columbus Day||Monday||October 14, 2013|
|Veteran's Day||Monday||November 11, 2013|
|Thanksgiving Day||Thursday||November 28, 2013|
|Lincoln's Birthday||Friday||November 29, 2013|
|Washington's Birthday||Tuesday||December 24 2013|
|Christmas Day||Wednesday||December 25, 2013|
All full-time, part-time and hourly employees occupying permanent positions must be compensated for all holidays listed above. To be eligible for compensation, the employee must be in pay status during the week in which the holiday is observed. 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. Full-time, part-time or hourly employees occupying permanent positions who are not scheduled to work on the dates listed above, and who do not work, shall receive holiday pay equal to one-tenth of their base biweekly salary or may elect to be credited with compensatory time off, subject to the approval of the state. Employees occupying permanent full-time, part-time or hourly positions who do work on the holiday are entitled to payment for the hours worked and to the option of either payment equal to one-tenth of their base bi-weekly salary or compensatory time off for the holiday at the employee's discretion. 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.