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Tuesday (May 1, 2012) is a Regular Non-working Holiday (Labor Day 2012)

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The annual Labor Day is to be celebrated throughout the country this May 1, 2012 (Tuesday). In line with this Proclamation 295 signed by the President of the Republic of the Philippines declares the date as a regular non-working holiday throughout the entire Philippines.

However, for those who will be required by their respective companies to work on duty that day, they are entitled for additional compensation as provisioned in the existing Labor Code.

For those who will not go to work, enjoy your vacation!
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