What you need to know

What can we say? Workday is a fun place to work, with lots of smart, interesting people. Still, you may occasionally need a break from all the awesomeness. That’s why we offer paid holidays, paid time off policies, and an array of leave options that can help you rest, recharge, and take care of yourself—or your family members.

Time off

2023 Holidays

HolidayDate
New Year’s Day (observed)Monday, January 2, 2023
Martin Luther King Jr. DayMonday, January 16, 2023
Presidents’ DayMonday, February 20, 2023
Memorial DayMonday, May 29, 2023
JuneteenthMonday, June 19, 2023
Independence DayTuesday, July 4, 2023
Labor DayMonday, September 4, 2023
Thanksgiving DayThursday, November 23, 2023
Thanksgiving Day AfterFriday, November 24, 2023
Christmas Eve (observed)Friday, December 22, 2023
Christmas DayMonday, December 25, 2023

Time when you really need it

Loss of a family member—or a beloved pet. Roof blowing off in a freak windstorm. Spending spree by hackers who made off with your personal info. These are all very bad things—and very good reasons you may need a few days of compassionate leave.

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Paid time off for hourly employees

Flex time off for salaried employees

Additional time off policies

  • Voting, two hours at the beginning or end of a work day
  • Jury duty
  • Compassionate leave (including bereavement), up to 10 days
  • School activities
  • Bright Days Off make it easy for Workmates to get paid while volunteering in their community, up to 3 days a year.

Check in before checking out

We don’t have a lot of rules for taking time off, but here’s one must-do: Get your manager’s approval—and record all time off—in Workday.

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