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Pay for Time Not Worked

Q. 
Does vacation pay count as hours worked toward overtime?
A. 
No. Vacation pay will be paid as straight time and will not count as hours worked. 
Q. 
Am I eligible for Holiday Pay?
A. 
To qualify for this benefit, you must be active and work at least 1 day during the week in which the holiday occurs except if you are on Leave of Absence – FMLA, Leave of Absence – Military, temporary layoff, Bereavement leave, Jury Service, or approved vacation. Part-time associates will be paid holiday pay for the number of hours normally scheduled to work on the holiday.
 
Q. 
Does holiday pay count as hours worked toward overtime?
A. 
No. Holiday pay will be paid as straight time and will not count as hours worked. 
Q. 
What are the 8 paid holidays?
A. 
For Manufacturing Facilities: 
New Year’s Day
Good Friday
Memorial Day
July 4th
Labor Day 
Thanksgiving Day 
Friday After Thanksgiving 
Christmas Day 
  
For All Other Facilities: 
New Year’s Day
Memorial Day
July 4th
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day 
Friday After Thanksgiving 
Christmas Eve Day 
Christmas Day 
 
                                                        
Notes: The Company will designate the dates when these holidays will be observed. The two holidays that vary in these schedules are Christmas Eve and Good Friday. Twelve hour rotating and weekend shifts observe the actual holiday, not the observed holiday. 
Q. 
How much time Bereavement/Funeral Time off am I eligible for?”
A. 
You may take a paid leave of 1 day when requested for bereavement of the following relatives:
            Uncle                                                   Aunt
            Niece                                                   Nephew
            Brother-in-law                                      Sister-in-law
            Son-in-law                                           Daughter-in-law
(This day should generally be taken during the week of or the week after the funeral).
 
 
You may take a paid leave of up to 3 days of missed scheduled work when requested for bereavement of the following relatives:
 
            Spouse                                                Sister
            Brother                                                Half-sister/Step-sister
            Half-brother/step-brother                     Grandchild
            Child                                                    Step-parent
            Grandmother                                       Grandfather
            Mother-in-law                                      Father-in-law
            Parent                                                 Step-child
(These days should generally be taken during the week of or the week after the funeral).

The terms "in-law" and "spouse" include "domestic partners" as that term is used in the "Same Sex Domestic Partner Policy and Procedures Guide" on the Corporate Benefits site.
 
Q. 
Do I have any Bereavement/Funeral Time off for other relatives?
A. 
You may also be provided time off without pay to attend the funeral for individuals other than those listed above.
Q. 
Am I eligible for Jury Service Pay?
A. 
 All active full-time hourly associates are eligible.
 
Q. 
What do I need to do if I am called for jury duty?
A. 
Notify your Supervisor immediately.  If you serve more than 3 hours on any day of jury duty, you will be excused from work for the balance of that day. If you serve fewer than 3 hours on any day of jury duty, you are expected to report to work unless other arrangements are approved by your Supervisor.
 
Q. 
How much does Shaw pay for Jury Service?
A. 
You are eligible for your regular rate of pay on the day(s) served. For purposes of calculating overtime, jury duty hours will count as worked.