What is the law regarding paid holidays?

Question Details: Our office policy states that in order to receive paid holiday wages Labor Day, an employee must work the day before and the day after the paid holiday. The employee in question did work the day Fridaybefore the holiday, but her maternity leave began at the end of that day. She does have some paid vacation days that she is using for several days after Labor Day and is claiming that this entitles her to a paid Labor Day holiday.

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