Holiday Hours are applied to the day where the majority of the hours are attached to. 

For example, if January 1st, 2021 is considered a holiday, the Night Audit shift that starts on 12/31/2020 and ends on 1/1/2021 would receive holiday pay, since 7 of the 8 hours are worked on the actual holiday.


Another example, is if the Holiday is set to 12/25/2020, the shift where the user clocks in on 12/24/2020 will receive the Holiday hours, as the majority of their shift is on the actual holiday - 12/25/2020. The overnight shift where the user clocks in on 12/25/2020, and out on 12/26/2020, would not receive holiday hours, as the majority of their hours are on 12/26/2020, which is not the set holiday.