Thursday, November 4, 2010

2011 Holiday Overtime Payment Schedule For Securitas Security Services USA

New Years DaySaturday, January 1, 2011
Memorial DayMonday, May 30, 2011
Independence DayMonday, July 4, 2011
Labor DayMonday, September 5, 2011
Thanksgiving DayThursday, November 24, 2011
Christmas Day Sunday, December 25, 2011


As a reminder, all employees need to work on the holiday to receive holiday pay.  You are to be at work if you are normally scheduled for these days unless directed by Securitas Management.  If you have any questions concerning the Holiday Overtime Payment Schedule please feel free to call your local office.

19 comments:

  1. This is helpful, but what is the payment rate? Double time, time and a half?

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    1. The payment rate none the take away from your regular hours just to pay the time and half rate.

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  2. Company wide it is time and a half. individual contracts might have better holiday rates. Check with your scheduling manager for details on what contracts pay what.

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  3. We dont get Christmas eve as holiday pay damn I should had a flex officer cover my shift so I would have actually seen my family

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  4. It is just too easy to honor the holidays that you want to avoid doing the right thing, and it is a shame because the pay rate is not high, so you guys should try to make it up some how out of consideration for your dedicated workers, put yourself in our shoes, with the same family,living, up keep issues that you have.

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  5. I look at it like this if we work 80 regular hours they should not be able to subtract from your regular hours just to pay time and half this is not right.

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    1. If they didn't subtract from your regular hours to give you time and a half, you'd be getting 2.5 times your normal pay for those hours instead of time and a half.

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  6. What is the payrate for overtime worked on a holiday? I'm about to work 11 hours on Independence Day, 3 of which will be overtime. Is it all time and a half?

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    1. It depends on the contract. But it's a minimum of one half of your pay rate.

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  7. I just want to know if we get paid time and a half for working July 4th. Because I was told we werent and isn't that against the law?

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    1. Yes you should. If not contact your branch office.

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  8. I didn't work 40 hours the week of 4th of July i worked on the 4th should they pay me time and a half for that day

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  9. Do secritas pay double time on sundays if u worked 7 straight days in a row?

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  10. Do flex officers get paid time & half if they work on a holiday?

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  11. Do we get paid for Columbus Day?

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  12. Securitass sucks big time !!! They expect you to bend over backwards for them... But they don't want to take care of the people who do right by them and make them money !!!! Their is an old saying... Ya gotta take care of , What takes care of you !!!

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  13. Securitas..... You need to take care of what takes care of you.... Your people make you money.... So you need to do right by them!!!

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  14. This company doesn't care. I've scheduled 2 days off both days approved, both days forgotten. When I call to get it fixed I get 'there's nothing I can do about it, work it or find another job' - salt lake city branch.

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  15. I worked a sixteen hour shift once. The first eight hours were normal pay. The next would hours was time and half which is twelve hours total. The next four hours was double pay which was a total of sixteen hours. I made $500.00 that week after taxes. Wish I could make that much every week. I am just doing this job because it is easy, get to work by myself which I prefer, get paid weekly and to subized my ssdi income.

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