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Holidays

The dates below are the designated holidays for U.S. locations and employees. You are eligible for a maximum of 13 designated holidays (14 beginning in 2021!) per calendar year. If you are a part-time employee, your holiday pay will be prorated. Please note that production facilities may have alternative schedules.

2021 Holidays

  • New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 18
  • Memorial Day, May 31
  • Independence Day Observed, July 5
  • Additional Independence Day, July 6
  • Labor Day, Sept. 6
  • Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25
  • Day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 26
  • Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24
  • Christmas Day Observed, Dec. 27
  • New Year’s Eve Day, Dec. 31
  • 3 floating holidays

2020 Holidays

  • New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
  • Memorial Day, May 25
  • Additional Independence Day, July 2
  • Day before Independence Day, July 3
  • Labor Day, Sept. 7
  • Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26
  • Day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 27
  • Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24
  • Christmas Day, Dec. 25
  • New Year’s Eve Day, Dec. 31
  • 3 floating holidays
Note: When a holiday falls on a Saturday, employees will be granted one extra floating day if the site has not designated an alternate day in which it will be celebrated. When a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday will be the holiday, except when Monday is also a holiday.

What is a Floating Holiday?

A floating holiday is a paid holiday that you may take any time during the year. It can be a designated day as determined by the company, or if the company does not designate the floating holiday, you can determine when to schedule it with approval from your supervisor or manager.