Can a company change a policy and not pay us?
1 attorney answer
It depends on what you mean as that term is used for different payments.
1. You get the holiday off but still get paid
2. You work a holiday but get paid time and a half or double time
In either of these situations as long as you are told before the holiday that this is the policy, the employer can do it.
3. Holiday bonus- you get a bonus for being employed during the holiday
If you have a contract, the contract controls. If there is no contract, there is no right to a bonus.
If it is not one of these situations, then please respond. But ultimately, as long as you are informed prior to the holiday, there is no legal recourse in the vast majority of cases.