Holiday Closure Dates

The Company observes a specified number of holidays per year, currently 16 days, where team members can expect that most other employees and core staff are off.

To seamlessly process expenses in anticipation of 2022 Winter Break dates, please note the following timelines:

  • Tues, Dec 6: Last day to submit invoices and reimbursement requests to be paid before end of calendar year

  • Mon, Dec 26 - Mon, Jan 2: CS&S is closed

  • Tues, Jan 3: CS&S resumes normal business

CS&S will be closed for the following 2023 holiday dates:

  • January 2: New Year’s Day (observed)

  • January 16: Martin Luther King Day

  • May 29: Memorial Day

  • June 19: Juneteenth

  • July 4: Independence Day

  • September 4: Labor Day

  • October 9: Indigenous Peoples’ Day

  • November 7: Election Day

  • November 23: Thanksgiving

  • November 24: Thanksgiving Friday

  • December 25-29: Winter Break

  • Personal Floating Holiday (1)

Because time off is unlimited, no one is required to take these specific days off and may elect to observe other days appropriate to their community.

Events and team member out of office dates: CS&S holds an annual all hands team retreat of 2-3 days, during which time responses may be slowed. Our partners will be given a month of notice of this retreat and provided special triage details to be sure that urgent items are managed before and during the retreat.

It is expected that team members will notify their projects, collaborators, and partners of upcoming vacations as early as possible, and will always share information on who will serve as point of contact should urgent issues arise. When a team member is out of the office for any reason, their workload will always be delegated to other team members.

To stay in the loop on office closures and core team out of office dates, subscribe to the CS&S Events & Holidays Calendar. This calendar automatically pings to the CS&S Slack channel #announcements

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