Holiday Schedule for State Employees

Holiday Schedule for State Employees

2022 Holiday List

Paid Holidays: An employee who is eligible to observe holidays and is required to work on a holiday shall be granted a compensatory day off, mutually convenient to the employee and the supervisor. It must be taken within one year of the date it is earned.

New Year's Day

Saturday

January 1, 2022

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Monday

January 17, 2022

Lincoln's Birthday 

Saturday

February 12, 2022

Washington's Birthday (observed) 

Monday

February 21, 2022

Memorial Day

Monday

May 30, 2022

Juneteenth - observed

Monday

June 20, 2022

Independence Day

Monday

July 4, 2022

Labor Day

Monday

September 5, 2022

Columbus Day

Monday

October 10, 2022

Election Day 

Tuesday

November 8, 2022

Veteran’s Day  (observed)

Friday

November 11, 2022

Thanksgiving Day

Thursday

November 24, 2022

Christmas Day

 

Sunday

December 25, 2022

Christmas Day - observed

Monday

December 26, 2022

 

Part-Time Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA)

  • Part-time CSEA employees who are eligible to observe holidays are entitled to observe only those holidays that fall on days when they are regularly scheduled to work, or required to work.

Floating Holidays - CSEA

  • Full-time employees who are eligible to observe holidays and work on Election Day and/or Lincoln's Birthday will be credited with a floating holiday.
  • Full-time employees, for whom Election Day and/or Lincoln's Birthday are pass days, will be credited with a floating holiday.
  • Eligible part-time employees will be credited with a floating holiday if they are regularly scheduled to work, or are directed to work on Election Day and/or Lincoln's Birthday.

UUP Professionals and Management/Confidential Employees

  • Lincoln’s Birthday is a floating holiday.
  • Election Day is designated to be observed the day after Thanksgiving.

NYSCOPBA Employees

  • Security Services and Security Supervisors observe all holidays as listed (no floating holidays).

Supervisors are encouraged to liberally approve time off for staff between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.