Holidays and sick time give you time away from work for rest, relaxation or to recover from illness. Employees who work 20 hours or more per week receive:
Watch! This video to learn about paid holidays and sick time.
Intuit offers up to 13 paid holidays in the U.S. each year:
|New Year's Day||Monday, January 2|
|Martin Luther King Day||Monday, January 16|
|Presidents' Day||Monday, February 20|
|Memorial Day||Monday, May 29|
|Day before Independence Day||Monday, July 3|
|Independence Day||Tuesday, July 4|
|Labor Day||Monday, September 4|
|Columbus Day||Monday, October 9|
|Veterans Day||Friday, November 10|
|Thanksgiving||Thursday, November 23|
|Day After Thanksgiving||Friday, November 24|
|Christmas Day||Monday, December 25|
|Day after Christmas Day||Tuesday, December 26|
If you are an hourly employee, you’ll be paid time and a half for working on a holiday plus holiday pay. Seasonal and project employees who work on a holiday are paid time and a half for all hours worked on that day. Seasonal and project employees that do not work on a holiday are not eligible for holiday pay. Interns receive holiday pay only if their intern period overlaps with an Intuit holiday.
Part-time employees working at least 20 hours per week will receive prorated holiday pay based on the hours they would be scheduled to work on the holiday.
At the end of each pay period, you accrue one hour of sick time for every 30 hours worked. If you live in California, there is no cap on the number of hours accrued each year and any unused sick time rolls over year to year. If you live outside of California, you accrue up to 48 hours per year and any unused sick time rolls over year to year. For details, refer to the sick time policy.
"Hours worked" includes regular hours, overtime, paid holidays, WCGB hours and parental leaves. All other time off and leaves are not considered hours worked and will not be counted for sick leave accrual purposes. Unused sick time rolls over year to year.