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Observed Holidays by State

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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Employers may choose to give employees time-off for official state holidays.

Granting employees time-off for official state holidays is an optional benefit that employers may choose to provide. While time-off for state holidays is generally not mandatory, many employers use these official holidays as a guideline for determining which days off to give employees.

Click on your state on the map for the observed holidays in your state.

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  1. Alabama Observed Holidays
  2. Alaska Observed Holidays
  3. Arizona Observed Holidays
  4. Arkansas Observed Holidays
  5. California Observed Holidays
  6. Colorado Observed Holidays
  7. Connecticut Observed Holidays
  8. Delaware Observed Holidays
  9. District of Columbia Observed Holidays
  10. Florida Observed Holidays
  11. Georgia Observed Holidays
  12. Hawaii Observed Holidays
  13. Idaho Observed Holidays
  14. Illinois Observed Holidays
  15. Indiana Observed Holidays
  16. Iowa Observed Holidays
  17. Kansas Observed Holidays
  18. Kentucky Observed Holidays
  19. Louisiana Observed Holidays
  20. Maine Observed Holidays
  21. Maryland Observed Holidays
  22. Massachusetts Observed Holidays
  23. Michigan Observed Holidays
  24. Minnesota Observed Holidays
  25. Mississippi Observed Holidays
  1. Missouri Observed Holidays
  2. Montana Observed Holidays
  3. Nebraska Observed Holidays
  4. Nevada Observed Holidays
  5. New Hampshire Observed Holidays
  6. New Jersey Observed Holidays
  7. New Mexico Observed Holidays
  8. New York Observed Holidays
  9. North Carolina Observed Holidays
  10. North Dakota Observed Holidays
  11. Ohio Observed Holidays
  12. Oklahoma Observed Holidays
  13. Oregon Observed Holidays
  14. Pennsylvania Observed Holidays
  15. Puerto Rico Observed Holidays
  16. Rhode Island Observed Holidays
  17. South Carolina Observed Holidays
  18. South Dakota Observed Holidays
  19. Tennessee Observed Holidays
  20. Texas Observed Holidays
  21. Utah Observed Holidays
  22. Vermont Observed Holidays
  23. Virginia Observed Holidays
  24. Washington Observed Holidays
  25. West Virginia Observed Holidays
  26. Wisconsin Observed Holidays
  27. Wyoming Observed Holidays

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