Holiday pay is pay that is made over and above the regular rate for time worked on a designated statutory holiday. Holiday pay is calculated as part of the Canadian pay rules that are included in the Replicon pay rules library.
Payroll managers may need to make manual adjustments if an employee's holiday pay is being calculated incorrectly. For example, if an employee has an unexcused absence that renders them ineligible for a holiday, an adjustment may be required.
If you have a single employee whose holiday pay needs to be adjusted, we recommend moving or removing the statutory holiday on their individual timesheets.
To delete a holiday for an individual employee:
If you have a large group of employees whose holiday pay needs to be adjusted, we recommend moving or adjusting the holiday on the holiday calendar. For example, if Christmas falls on a Sunday, move the holiday to the Monday.
To move a holiday on a holiday calendar:
For information on editing holiday calendars, see Setting up holiday calendars.