None. There is no requirement for legal holidays that employers have to observe. It is entirely up to your employer to give holiday time off with or without pay, or not to give any time off for holidays at all. However, once your employer does promise holiday pay, your employer must put its holiday policy in writing and make it available to its employees.
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