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  1. Navigate to Payroll Setup > Payroll Categories. 
  2. Click "+ New Payroll Category" to create a new payroll category. 
  3. Select "Statutory Holiday Pay"
  4. Enter all required fields. 
  5. In the "Rate" field, enter the rate of statutory holiday pay. If it is always the same for every employee, tick off "Always"
  6. In the "Units Refer to" field, it is selected to "Hours" by default. If you pay by days instead, select "Days"
  7. In the "Number of days prior to Holiday" field, enter the number of days the employee must be employed before they are eligible to receive statutory holiday pay. For example, in the image below, the employee must be employed 14 days prior to the holiday in order to be eligible to receive this statutory holiday pay. 
  8. In the "Rule based" field, make the correct selection.
    1. If you select "Company Province", this means that Harmony will take the holiday calendar that is set to the same province as your company. This information can be found in Configuration > Setup > Company Information. 
    2. If you select "Employee Tax Province", this means that Harmony will take the holiday calendar that is set to the same tax province as the employee. This information can be found in Payroll Employees > Employee List. 
    3. If you select "Federal", this means that Harmony will take the holiday calendar that you set to as "Federal"
  9. Identify the correct taxes that are applied on the right side. 
  10. Click save to save your new payroll category.

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