Thirty-one percent of employers are observing MLK Day as a paid holiday today, says a recent survey.
That figure, reported by a trade publisher, is about the same as in recent years but shows a significant increase over the two-decade holidays history.
Only 14 percent of employers observed the federal holiday in 1986, its first year, according to BNA, a publisher of government and business news.
Several factors make a firm more likely to observe the day: size (larger employers are more likely), the employment sector (manufacturers are less so) and union-status (unionized shops are more likely). CL does not include MLK Day among its paid holidays.
Did CL everrr do the research on who set up the standards for these ponds?…
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Guess that means prices are going even higher!!