Paid Holidays
"Company" Defined
Throughout this section, unless otherwise stated, reference to "Company" or "PG&E" means Pacific Gas and Electric Company. For plans sponsored by PG&E Corporation, reference to "Company" or "PG&E" means PG&E Corporation. The plans and benefits described in this section are also applicable to employees of designated subsidiaries and affiliates, but only to the extent that such entities are participating employers with respect to the described plans or programs and such employees meet the eligibility requirements of the plans or programs.
You are eligible to receive holiday pay after completing six months of employment and attaining regular status. In general, once you are eligible, you must be on a "paid" status to be eligible for holiday pay (for example, actively working or on sick leave, vacation,, or time off with permission, with pay before and/or after the holiday).
The Company recognizes 10 public holidays and three floating holidays a year with pay. The 10 recognized public holidays are:
New Year's Day
January 1
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Third Monday in January
Presidents' Day
Third Monday in February
Memorial Day
Last Monday in May
Independence Day
July 4
Labor Day
First Monday in September
Veterans' Day
November 11
Thanksgiving Day
Fourth Thursday in November
Friday after Thanksgiving
Friday after Thanksgiving
Christmas Day
December 25
Regular-status part-time employees are eligible to receive prorated Paid Holiday based on their work schedule. Intermittent employees who are regularly scheduled to work on a Company holiday are eligible to receive pay for the number of hours they are scheduled to work on that day (unless the employee is off work without permission). The three floating holidays are to be used on days on which employees are scheduled to work.
Please refer to the Alternative Work Schedule Standard for additional details on Company Holidays for employees on alternate work schedules.