PTO

nbkc is happy  to offer a generous paid time off program. Employees start accruing from day one. We believe that employees who are refreshed and recharged are the most productive, so get out there and have some fun!

Full Time Employees

Years Of Service
Per pay period accrual
Annual Equivalent
1-4 years6.15 hours20 days/year
5-10 years7.69 hours25 days/year

*Part Time employee’s PTO accruals vary based on employee’s scheduled hours. Employees may roll over 40 hours of PTO into the next year.  Rolled over time must be used in the next year and will not rollover into the following year.

VOLUNTEER TIME OFF

Community involvement is an important aspect of our culture at nbkc bank. Because we support nbkc’ers giving back, each employee is granted 8 hours of Volunteer Time Off annually. Time can be used at one time, or broken up over many volunteer initiatives. The time off can only be used during a normal work day. Keep an eye on the Give Back Club for quarterly volunteer opportunities.

HOLIDAYS

Holiday
Date Observed
New Year’s DayFriday, January 1
Martin Luther King DayMonday, January 18
President’s DayMonday, February 15
Memorial DayMonday, May 31
Freedom Day (observed)Friday, June 18
Independence Day (observed)Monday, July 5
Labor DayMonday, September 6
Columbus DayMonday, October 11
Veterans’ DayThursday, November 11
Thanksgiving DayThursday, November 25
Christmas EveFriday, December 24

For holidays falling on Saturday (Christmas & New Year’s Day):

  • 8 hours of Floating Holiday Pay will be given to use at any time in 2021 in observance of the Christmas holiday.
  • 8 hours of Floating Holiday Pay will be given to use at any time in 2022 in observance of the New Year’s Day holiday.

The Bank is open for business the day after Thanksgiving.

All active regular full-time employees and part-time employees scheduled more than 20 hours per week are eligible to receive paid holidays.  For part-time employees, the paid holiday is equal to the employee’s average daily work hours (scheduled weekly hours divided by five).  Employees in a temporary status do not receive paid holidays.

If management determines there is a business need for an employee to work on a holiday, the employee’s manager may request that the employee is not paid holiday time but is credited with floating holiday time to be taken at a later date.  Floating holiday time must be used by year end or it will be forfeited.

Future holidays and unused floating holiday time will not be paid out upon separation of employment.

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