Statutory Holiday Pay Rules - Saskatchewan

Calculation of Statutory Holiday Pay (aka "Public Holiday Pay" in Saskatchewan) is defined as follows:

To determine the eligibility in ELF, employee/worker status must must meet ALL of the following criteria:

  1. Employee/Worker is 'Active' (i.e. not 'Terminated or 'Inactive')
  2. Employee/Worker has a minimum of 1 'Delivered' or 'Paid' timesheet record with a work date within the four-week period before the public holiday.

Calculation of Statutory Pay amount:

"Employees earn public holiday pay equal to five per cent of their wages, not including overtime pay, earned in the four weeks before the public holiday. Wages include:

  • vacation pay; and
  • any public holiday paid to the employee during this four-week period."


Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful
Have more questions? Submit a request


Powered by Zendesk