This is entirely up to your employer. For example, i havent had a single holiday off in over 3 years because i work for a load of stinking dirtbags. In general, employers who value their employees will give them the federal holidays off in the very least. For a list of these, follow the link below.
It depends on the terms of your employment and in certain cases government legislation. Depends who you work for.
Holiday pay is commonly called doubletime or double the normal rate of pay.
Typically no but it varies from company to company.
It would depend on the contract the nurse is held to. In general though many nurses and others in that profession do get paid time and a half for working holidays.
Not always what you might expect, it ranges between 104 and 106 depending on if it is a leap year and the date of the first Saturday in January. For normal years if Saturday falls on the 1st or 7th January there are 105, on leap years if Saturday falls on the 1st January there are 106 and if it f...