Do you have to have a warning there will no longer be paid holidays?

Asked on September 7, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, Tennessee

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Under the labor laws of all states in this country, if an employer has had a custom and practice of paying employees for holidays in the past either through practices or set forth in an employer employee handbook, written notice of the change of practice is required to be given to all employees as to any such change of practice. Such makes good business sense.


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