Archived Columbus Day - is it a Target Holiday ?

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qmosqueen

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I was just wondering if Columbus day is a Target Holiday ?

Not sure what the Holiday's are for Target, you know where we get payed "Holiday pay".

Can someone list all the so called "Target Holidays" so I know when I can expect more money in my pay.


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buliSBI

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Sorry nope

Only major holidays.

Store closings on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas.

Time and a Half is offered if you work these days, TLs get holiday pay as well:
New Years
Easter (no holiday pay)
Memorial Day
July 4th
Labor Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas
 
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commiecorvus

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It wasn't till I came to live on the East coast that I ever heard anybody make a big deal out of Columbus Day.
When I was going to school it was never closed, no parades none of that stuff.
I come out here and it's all over the place.
 
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If your a team lead, Labor Day, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years ,and Independence Day are paid holidays, plus time and a half for hours that you work. Easter the store is closed, but its not a paid holiday for whatever reason. Years ago I was told because it was a religious holiday, but my response was " then what the heck is Christmas?!?!"
 
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Sorry nope

Only major holidays.

Store closings on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas.

Time and a Half is offered if you work these days, TLs get holiday pay as well:
New Years
Easter (no holiday pay)
Memorial Day
July 4th
Labor Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas
TMs get holiday pay on Thanksgiving and Christmas if you been with company for 6 months (it might be 1 year, someone verify foir sure.)
 

TSC

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Some states might give you time and a half. It's time and a half in my state (along with every sunday).
 
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