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CHRISTMAS SHUTDOWN NOTICE

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2014.11.17

Dear Friends,

Christmas holidays are coming and we would like to inform you for the scheduled shutdown of our production and warehouse units for two weeks over Christmas and New Year holidays.

Both our office premises and factory will close from 22th December till 02th of January. We will reopen on Monday, January 5th.

In order to produce and despatch any orders that you may require before our shutdown period, please have in mind the following terms:

  • Orders placed not later than 5th of December, will be dispatched before 19th of December; 
  • Orders received after 5th of December will be dispatched in the first possible dates in January 2015;
  • Sales and technical staff on duty will be secured on December 29th  and 30th for your urgent technical and sales question, as usual;

We will expect to receive all your urgent requests as soon as possible, in order to be able to perform all your requests in the few remaining working days in December!

All your demands are important to us!

Teletek Electronics Team

Holidays. The University provides twelve holidays (8 observed and 4 floating holidays) a year to all regular employees. Holidays must be used within 12 months.

Bank holidays and closure days

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Christmas Closing

Policy

The normal operations of the University close down over the Christmas period, with only designated essential services running. The University allows staff members the full time off between Christmas and New Year's Day inclusive, without loss of salary.

The actual dates of the closure (normal working days) will be determined by the University. In general, the dates of the closing will be in accordance with the day of the week upon which Christmas falls, according to the following guideline:

If Christmas Day is...The normal week off is...
SundayDecember 26, 27, 28, 29,30 and January 2
MondayDecember 25, 26, 27, 28,29 and January 1
TuesdayDecember 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31 and January 1
WednesdayDecember 25, 26, 27, 30, 31 and January 1
ThursdayDecember 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, January 1 and 2
FridayDecember 25, 28, 29, 30, 31 and January 1
SaturdayDecember 27, 28, 29, 30, 31

Procedure

This policy applies to continuing, term and contract positions. Casual employees do not qualify.

  1. Where an employee is required to work on any of the days they normally would have worked, (other than Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year's Day), she/he will be paid time and one half for the hours worked, in addition to their regular salary. Alternately, where operational requirements permit, an employee may choose to be compensated by taking the time and one half as lieu time, at a mutually convenient time to the Employer and the employee. Decisions regarding which of these two options will be chosen, should be reached between the Department and the employee prior to the observed holiday.
  2. Where an employee is required to work on Christmas, Boxing Day or New Year's Day, he/she will be paid in accordance to the Observed Holiday policy.
  3. Should an employee be scheduled to work on a regular off day during this shut down period, they will receive payment under the Overtime policy.
  4. When Christmas Eve falls on a normal working day, regularly scheduled hours will cease at noon that day. However, should Christmas Eve fall on a Monday, the full day off will be granted.
  5. When New Year's Day falls on a Thursday, Friday January 2 will be granted as an additional day off.
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Holiday/Closedown Schedule

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Here are the 25 best office closed for holiday message templates that are professional.

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Our office will remain closed until the end of this week for Thanksgiving Holidays. We assure you that all your emails will be answered as soon as we return to the office. Happy Thanksgiving!

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You can expect to hear back from me by [date]. Hope you have a great holiday!

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Please note that [date], is [holiday name]. The store will be closed all day and will open again at [time] on [date]. We hope you will enjoy the holiday with your family and friends. For those of you who plan to go skiing, please come back safely.

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Hi,

Our store will be closed until the end of the week for [Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Year]. We are happy to inform you that all of your emails will be answered once we are back on [date].

Kind regards.

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Dear Customer,

Thank you for your email, but our company is out of office, celebrating [HOLIDAY]. Unfortunately, it means we will not be able to send you any reply until 27.09.2018. We apologize for the delay but wish you a wonderful holiday season.

Best regards.

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Please note that all company offices will be closed [date] to [date]. We will reopen [date], and close again for [date] and [date]. We wish you all the warmest of holiday cheer!

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Hi and thank you for your message. I’ll be out of the office on 27.09.2018. Please contact my manager, [EMAIL] for assistance.

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Season’s Greetings!

It’s my favorite time of year, which means I’m currently out of the office chugging mugs of cocoa, stuffing my face with cookies, and attempting to fulfill my life-long goal of memorizing every single line of [FAVORITE HOLIDAY MOVIE]. I’ll be back in front of my computer on 27.09.2018 and will respond to your message at that time. If you need immediate assistance, please send an email to [NAME] at [EMAIL] so that the other elves in this workshop can help you out.

Happy ho-ho-holidays!

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Hello,

I will be out of the office 27.09.2018 through 27.09.2018 returning 27.09.2018. If you need immediate assistance during my absence, please contact [CONTACT NAME] at [EMAIL]. Otherwise, I will respond to your emails as soon as possible upon my return.

Warm regards.

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Oh hey,

It’s Christmas, what are you doing emailing me? I’m extremely busy watching Home Alone, Die Hard, and the 1994 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Christmas Special on repeat until the new year. I might stop for food and toilet breaks, I also might now. Regardless of my general health and hygiene over the silly season, I’ll be back in office on January 2nd. Catch ya then, don’t forget to buy a pepperoni pizza for Splinter.

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Hey,

I am currently out of office. If something urgent comes up, you can email [name and email].

Kind regards.

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Hi,

Happy holidays, and thanks for your email! I’m taking a few days off to spend time with my family and friends so I won’t be answering emails as quickly as usual.

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Hey,

Thanks for your email. I’m not in the office and am on a family vacation. I assure you that all your emails will be answered as soon as I return to the office on [date].

Kind regards.

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So that we can all spend valuable time with our families, this Thanksgiving and the following Friday will be paid holidays for all employees. Enjoy the long weekend!

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Hello!

Thank you for your message. I am currently out of the office, with no email access. I will be returning on [date]. If you need immediate assistance before then, you may reach me at my mobile – [mobile number].

Thanks!

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I’ll be enjoying this year’s holiday season from 27.09.2018 until 27.09.2018. For general inquiries about [DEPARTMENT/ROLE], please email [CONTACT NAME]. If this isn’t time sensitive, feel free to resend this email in 09.2018 once I’m regularly checking emails again. All the best.

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Sorry to miss you. I wrapped up everything at the office and am off on vacation until [DAY OF WEEK], 27.09.2018. Anyway, if your question or favor can wait, great. If not, do me a favor and forward your email to [EMAIL] and you’ll be well-treated. Thanks.

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Hi, Happy holidays! I am currently out of the office, with no email access. I’ll be returning on [date] and will get back to you as soon as I can. Happy holidays!

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Hi, I am out of the office for my annual year-end vacation and will not be able to check my mail until after the New Year. Have a Happy New Year!

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Thank you for emailing me. I am currently out of the office, with no email access. I will be returning on 27.09.2018. If you need immediate assistance before then, you may reach me at my mobile [PHONE]. Kind Regards.

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Hello, Please note: [date] through [date] are company holidays for many of our employees. Because of this, there will likely be a delay to request, possibly until [date] when most of our team returns. In the case where you do not receive an initial reply from one of our employees, their subsequent replies may be delayed. We have received your email request and will process it soon. While we process your request, please make sure to check out our extensive list of documentation by clicking on this link: [link]. Thank you for choosing [company name], and we look forward to providing a smooth and seamless support experience for you. Thanks!

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Thank you for your email. I am out of the office in observance of [holiday] with limited access to email and will return on [date]. Your message is very important to me, and I will respond as soon as possible. If you need immediate access, please contact [number].

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At holiday vacation. No laptop, no Blackberry, no iPhone. Returning 27.09.2018.

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Thanks for your email. I’m currently on holiday with my family for the first time in what seems like forever. For urgent matters, [NAME] will help you. She doesn’t have a cape, but she is basically Superwoman. See you real soon.

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Hope you all are fine and doing well. As we know that the festive season is arriving and we all are looking forward to the holidays. These holidays will allow us all to enjoy the great season and have some amazing time with family and friends. This email is to inform you [all] that the office will be closed for [X] days from 27.09.2018 to 27.09.2018 due to the coming festive season. Our premises will remain closed for normal business from [start date] up to and including [last date]. We will start working on normal days from 27.09.2018 and all the business practices will resume on [re-opening date]. If you have any queries related to the closure period please do not hesitate to contact me. Happy Holidays!

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Hi. Our office will remain closed for Christmas. We assure you that all your emails will be answered as soon as we return to the office. Merry Christmas!

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I hope you enjoyed our list of best office closed for holiday message templates that will get you through the season.

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Dear Partners and Customers,. Teletek Electronics manufacturing and warehouse facilities will be closed for a period of two weeks from 11th to.

Holiday & Intersession Announcement

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PUBLIC-RELATIONS professionals know that the best time to release bad news is late on Friday afternoons. Hacks and their editors have one foot out of the door; nobody wants to put their weekend plans on hold to start a new story. America has recently discovered that a similar rule holds true for government shutdowns: if it happens just before Christmas, when federal workers are already on holiday and nobody is paying much attention to the news, then the waste and pain will not seep into the headlines for a couple of weeks.

Now that quiet period has passed. Rubbish is piling up in national parks; farmers cannot get their loans processed; food-stamp programmes are running out of funds; tax refunds may be delayed; and hundreds of thousands of federal workers remain either stuck at home or forced to work without pay. To reopen the government President Donald Trump demands $5.7bn for his border wall. Nancy Pelosi, who presides over the most polarised House of Representatives in recent memory, does not want to give it to him.

If this shutdown, the third in the past year, stretches into next week it will become the longest in American history. How did the world’s most powerful government become so dysfunctional? The roots of this shutdown lie in two places: an attorney-general’s memo written in 1980, and Mr Trump’s 2016 campaign.

Before 1980, federal agencies often operated during funding gaps (meaning before Congress had appropriated the required money). They tried to stay lean, to avoid going too far into the red, but reasoned that Congress did not intend to close them; it merely had not yet got around to formally providing their funding.

In 1980, however, Benjamin Civiletti, then the attorney-general, opined that the only way that agencies could avoid violating the Antideficiency Act—which forbids the government from spending money that has not been appropriated—is to cease operating until Congress funds them (the Act’s authority stems from a constitutional prohibition against the government spending public money unless the people, via their representatives, have authorised it to do so). The only exceptions concerned “the safety of human life or the protection of property”, which exempts active-duty military, who are still working and getting paid, and federal airport-security workers, who are working but not getting paid.

Mr Civiletti’s determination made funding gaps less frequent. They were no longer technical and ignorable glitches; they became, in effect, temporary closure orders, which made them costly and embarrassing. But it also turned government funding into a hostage-taking mechanism. In late 1995, the Republican-controlled House, led by Newt Gingrich, produced a spending bill with deep cuts to social-welfare programmes that were anathema to then-president Bill Clinton. Mr Clinton refused to sign it, and the government shut down—first for six days, and then for 21. The shutdown ended when Congress and the White House hammered out a budget deal with modest spending cuts and tax hikes. In effect, Republicans caved.

Although Mr Gingrich received most of the blame for the shutdown (and Mr Clinton was easily re-elected), it arguably pushed the president’s agenda rightward. Still, the opprobrium resulting from the government ceasing to function for nearly a month was sufficient for Mr Gingrich never to try it again.

Another generation of Republican insurgents tried in 2013, when they insisted, as a condition of passing a budget, that the Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama’s signature achievement, be delayed or defunded. That shutdown, which lasted 16 days, also ended with Republicans surrendering without getting what they demanded. But neither did they pay a political cost; the next year they took control of the Senate.

Like these two previous shutdowns, this one is Republican-led. Unlike the past two, however, it stems from the president trying to impose his will on Congress, rather than the inverse. Absent Mr Trump’s insistence on $5.7bn for his wall, a spending bill could easily pass both houses of Congress. “This is not a hard shutdown,” says Michael Steel, who was a spokesman for John Boehner, the House speaker during the 2013 shutdown. “Put any number of bipartisan senators in a room with a cocktail napkin and they could figure this out.”

Instead of senators huddled around a cocktail napkin, America was treated to Mr Trump and Democratic congressional leaders making their cases on prime-time TV. Mr Trump called the border “a pipeline for vast quantities of illegal drugs”, though most come through ports of entry and a wall would not stop them. The number of migrants apprehended at the border rose late last year, but from record lows. Overall numbers are far below where they were a decade ago. If there is a crisis, it is in America’s creepingly slow-moving asylum system. Yet that is a far less compelling argument than Mr Trump’s assertion that foreigners are sneaking across the border to behead American citizens, and that the only way to stop them is to build a big wall. Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader in the senate, reiterated his party’s offer: continue negotiating over border security and pass bills to reopen the other shuttered parts of the government.

Most Senate Republicans would happily accept this deal. Some who are up for re-election in two years, such as Cory Gardner of Colorado and Susan Collins of Maine, have begun pushing for a resolution without a wall. Even John Cornyn of Texas, the majority whip until recently, backed the sort of hybrid solution—physical barriers, along with technology, drones and more personnel—that Democrats could support. But far more Republican senators face re-election in solidly Republican states next year, and they fear a primary challenge from the right more than losing to a Democrat. Hence Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, vowed not to bring forward a bill that the president does not support, despite having called shutdowns “a failed policy” in 2014, when he also urged the then-Democratic Senate to set “national priorities [rather than] simply waiting on the White House to do it.”

For his part, Mr Trump feels he holds a winning hand. Immigration hawkishness helped propel him to victory in 2016 and remains crucial to satisfying his base. Though a recent Reuters poll showed that most Americans blame him for the shutdown (perhaps because he accepted blame in a televised interview), earlier polling data suggest that may fade by 2020. During the two previous extended shutdowns, approval ratings for the incumbent presidents both fell, but they rebounded relatively quickly. Yet that pattern may not hold if this shutdown lasts months.

Members of both parties fear that Mr Trump will reach not for Mr Schumer’s solution but a more drastic one: invoking emergency powers to circumvent Congress and build a wall using previously authorised military funds. That would set a precedent that terrifies conservative senators: what is to stop a future Democratic president from doing the same thing to deal with climate change or guns?

It would also precipitate a genuine constitutional crisis and a fierce court battle. Perversely, that could suit Mr Trump well. He may not get his wall, but he would get to keep fighting for it, and he would still have useful enemies—judges, Democrats—to blame for it having not been built yet.

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