December 31, 2010 a Non-Working Holiday? YES! - Palace


Malacaňang Palace today confirmed that December 31, 2010 will stay "as is" as a special non-working holiday based on Procalamation No.1841 by former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

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Based on the tweet (@govph) from Philippine Government's official gazette, all holidays for December 2010 will stay on the dates originally scheduled (Proclamation 1841).


The following are the remaining holidays for December 2010.

Special (Non-Working) Holidays

Additional Special (Non-Working) Holiday - December 24 (Friday)
Last Day of the Year December 31 (Friday)

Regular (Non-Working) Holidays
Christmas Day December 25 (Saturday)
Rizal Day December 27 (Monday nearest December 30)

Those who will be required to work on these dates shall be paid additional premiums as dictated by Labor Code.

Comments

  1. How about January 3? is it a regular working day?

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  2. yes...January 3 is working day

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  3. .january 3 2011? a working holiday?does that mean no class for us students?

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  4. January 3 is a regular working day...Classes resumes.

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