In general, Truist observes the Federal Reserve holiday schedule. View the Truist Time Off Guide (PDF)


All regular teammates1 of Truist and its subsidiaries and affiliates scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week are eligible for paid holidays. Temporary teammates and those regular teammates with scheduled weekly hours in Workday of less than 20 hours per week are not eligible for holiday pay. 

Observed holiday schedule

In general, Truist observes the Federal Reserve holiday schedule (some subsidiaries and affiliates observe a different holiday schedule). Truist observes the following: 

Observed Holidays 2024 Dates
New Year's Day Monday, January 1
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday, January 15
Presidents' Day Monday, February 19
Memorial Day Monday, May 27
Juneteenth Wednesday, June 19
Independence Day Thursday, July 4
Labor Day Monday, September 2
Indigenous Peoples' Day/Columbus Day Monday, October 14
Veterans Day Monday, November 11
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 28
Christmas Day Wednesday, December 25

Some subsidiaries and affiliates follow different schedules.

Christmas Eve

On Christmas Eve, banking offices close at 2 p.m. Business unit managers outside of the Community Bank determine when their respective areas close on Christmas Eve, keeping in mind that branches need to be supported through 2 p.m. If Christmas Eve falls on a Saturday, Truist operates with regular hours on the preceding Friday. This early closure time must be recorded in Workday as Emergency Closing or Late Open/Early Close

Floating holidays

A teammate hired after the day for which the floating holiday is granted isn't eligible for that floating holiday in the current year. If the teammate leaves Truist prior to taking the floating day, the day is forfeited. 

Floating holidays should be used within one month prior or after the holiday that the floating holiday was granted in lieu of. If the floating holiday is granted for a January holiday, it should be taken between January 1 and March 31. If the floating holiday is granted for a December holiday, the floating holiday should be taken between October 1 and December 31. Certain exceptions may apply.

Absence before and after a holiday

If a teammate is absent due to sickness or other time off reason (other than vacation) the last scheduled workday before and next scheduled workday after a holiday, the holiday is treated as a sick day or other time off day. If the teammate does not have any remaining sick days, the absence must be recorded as unpaid or a teammate may choose, with the manager’s approval, to use a vacation day. Managers are responsible for ensuring the holiday is recorded as Sick, Other Time Off, Vacation, or Unpaid in Workday.