Salary and Benefits

Do you know how much your new job will pay you? Get essential facts about salary and benefits for every career path, find out how negotiate a pay raise, and learn about compensation-related laws including minimum wage and overtime.

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are businesses required to give pto for federal holidays? Federal law doesn’t require employers to provide time off, paid or otherwise. State and local laws may have different requirements, so check with the Department of Labor. Confirm a company’s holiday policy prior to accepting an offer. Whether you work part time or full time may affect PTO. If required to work, talk to HR about potential holiday pay
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