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Who’s Offering What for Holidays and PTO? Survey Results Reveal All

What holidays are offered to employees in 2011?

Number Percent
Saturday January 1, 2011 (New Year’s Day) 777 88%
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 235 27%
Lincoln‘s Birthday 9 1%
Washington’s Birthday/President’s Day 267 30%
Good Friday 212 24%
Memorial Day 836 95%
Independence Day 840 95%
Labor Day 825 94%
Rosh Hashana 7 1%
Yom Kippur 8 1%
Columbus Day 93 11%
Election Day 10 1%
Veterans Day 119 14%
Thanksgiving 845 96%
Day after Thanksgiving 572 65%
Friday, December 23 2011 226 26%
Saturday, December 24, 2011 (Christmas Eve) 266 30%
Monday, December 26, 2011 (Boxing Day) 706 80%
Employee’s Birthday 70 8%
Other special day 103 12%

 

For most questions, a graphic chart appears after the numerical chart:

To download the complete survey results including demographic data click here.

A sample of survey questions covered included:

How many floating holidays (including Christmas week) are observed besides those already indicated above? (Exclude “personal days”).

What is the maximum number of days that can be accumulated in your organization’s paid time-off plan?

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  • Excellent read, I just passed this onto a cloaelgue who was doing a little research on that. And he actually bought me lunch because I found it for him smile So let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch! England and America are two countries separated by the same language. by George Bernard Shaw.