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CLRowe

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  1. I live in the state of Washington. I work in a church with 4 fulltime employees. With Easter always landing on a Sunday, our Pastor and one other employee take the following Monday off as a Holiday because Sunday is a regular work day for them. I have been told since Sunday is my usual day off, I already got the "Holiday" off and cannot take off the day after. (He has mentioned this for other "floating' holidays such as Christmas, New Years, 4th of July, etc.) Our employee handbook states that if a holiday lands on a Saturday, then the day before is the holiday. The same with a holiday landing on a Sunday, the day after is a holiday. I know that Easter isn't one of the biggies, such as Christmas or the 4th of July. I have been told by others that it is not legal for some employees to take a day as a paid "Holiday" while others cannot. I can't find any information on this. Can someone anwer this for me? Thank You in advance!
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