What To Do When

Webinar: Ready, set, relax
Dec 13 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Do you know how to calm yourself when you need all your energy to cope? Come to this webinar to add to your toolbox with de-stressing techniques like:

  • Mindfulness
  • Physical and mental exercises
  • Meditation, deep breathing, sensory awareness and more
Webinar: Getting unstuck – Breaking old habits
Dec 18 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Habits can be helpful. But some can be problematic or even harmful to yourself or others. While it can be difficult, it’s possible to break lifelong habits. Are you ready for the challenge? Join this webinar to learn strategies to get control over even the most stubborn habits.

Company Paid Holiday: Christmas Day
Dec 25 all-day

Air Liquide North America observes seven paid holidays per calendar year. The 2018 holiday schedule applies to salaried and non-union hourly employees.

In addition, Salaried, non-exempt and non-union hourly employees are eligible to earn three (3) floating holidays for a total of ten paid holidays per year. The floating holidays may be used at the discretion of the employee with the approval of their supervisor and may vary by location based on operational needs. Check with your supervisor for the holiday schedule that applies to you. Unless prohibited by law, floating holidays must be used in the calendar year they are earned, as they cannot be carried forward, and unused floating holidays are not paid upon separation.

New employees: Eligible employees hired prior to May 1 will receive three (3) floating holidays. Eligible employees hired on or after May 1, but before September 1, will receive two (2) floating holidays. Any eligible employee hired on, or after, September 1 will receive one (1) floating holiday. Union hourly employees will follow holiday schedules established in respective collective bargaining agreements.

For more information on the official Air Liquide holidays and floating holiday schedule, please read the policy and procedure documents on the HR Portal Benefits page.