What you need to know
A wise woman once said (and we paraphrase here), “If we took a holiday…it would be so nice.” We couldn’t agree more. That’s why Splunk offers paid holidays. So you can take some time to celebrate with friends and family and make lasting memories. Everybody, spread the word!
Holiday? More like holi-YAY! Outside of your vacation/PTO, use the holidays to relax, recharge, and re-energize with family and friends. All Splunk employees are also eligible for global rest days.
|2023 U.S. Holidays|
|Monday, January 2 – 2023 New Year’s Day (Observed)|
|Monday, January 16 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
|Monday, February 20 – Presidents’ Day*|
|Monday, May 29 – Memorial Day|
|Monday, June 19 – Juneteenth|
|Monday, July 3 – Summer Break|
|Tuesday, July 4 – Independence Day|
|Wednesday, July 5 – Summer Break|
|Monday, September 4 – Labor Day|
|Thursday, November 23 – Thanksgiving Day|
|Friday, November 24 – Day after Thanksgiving Day|
|Monday, December 25 – Christmas Day|
|Tuesday, December 26–Friday, December 29 – Winter Break|
*Employees attending day 1 of SKO should work with their manager to select an alternate day off.
Please note: There are 16 company-paid holidays for calendar year 2023. (The New Year’s Day holiday will be observed on the first Monday of the following year and counted toward the next year’s holidays.)
When a holiday falls on a Saturday, it will be observed on the preceding Friday. If the holiday falls on a Sunday, it will be observed on the following Monday.
Full-time and part-time employees are eligible for holiday pay effective on their date of hire. Regular part-time employees will receive holiday pay if the day of the week on which the holiday falls is a regularly scheduled workday.
For purposes of this policy, a “day” of holiday pay is equivalent to the employee’s normal daily rate of pay, based on their regular schedule.