By: Katherine Muniz Jun 08, 2015

New FingerCheck Holiday Policy Features

FingerCheck's holiday rule dialog window shown with two new fields, pay only if worked day (before/after) and pay only if scheduled work day (before/after).

No business is alike and every employer has their own way of doing things, especially when it comes to handling holiday pay.

With Memorial Day having passed recently, FingerCheck created customization options to meet the holiday arrangements of our clients. Now, administrators can easily program conditional rules into their holiday policies to pay employees holiday pay only under specific circumstances.

These customizations were first made to fulfill the desired Memorial Day arrangements of some of our clients.

The two new fields, “Pay Only if Worked Day” and “Pay Only if Scheduled Day” allow you to specify holiday pay to be given only if an employee worked the day before/after the holiday, and/or if they were scheduled to work the day before/ after the holiday.

The logic varies, but many employers have their own rules about compensating employees, so these new conditions will allow them to quickly create a policy that matches their specifications.

Employers can tick before or after for each field to create a combination of conditions. For instance, if you only want employees who were scheduled to work the day before and actually worked the day before to be paid you would tick Before for both fields:


Employers can now create a complex and dimensional rule that is able to make the distinction between different employee arrangements and pay them accordingly. If you’re new to holiday policy-making, click here to learn how to build a holiday policy.

FingerCheck is a highly customizable solution and keeps adding new features to offer clients the most value and choice in their abilities. We hope our added holiday policy functionality will be of great use for you and your business.

Katherine is a New York-based digital writer who joined Fingercheck in 2015. She promotes Fingercheck through the power of the written word. She graduated from Fordham University with a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies with a focus on Journalism.

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