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All About Philippine Holidays

Thursday, August 5, 2010

National, Official and Non-working Holidays Philippines 2010
National, Official and Non-working Holidays in the Philippines 2010
In general, providing a fixed list of holiday dates is difficult because most of the 2010 regular holidays and nationwide special holidays in the Philippines are movable, as provided under Republic Act 9492 (an Act rationalizing the celebration of national holidays). For these movable holidays, the President is tasked by law to issue a Proclamation, at least 6 months prior to a movable holiday, fixing the specific date of that non-working day.

National Regular Holidays List for 2010 - Philippines

New Year's Day January 1, 2010 Friday
Chinese Lunar New Year's Day February 14, 2010 Sunday
People Power Anniversary February 22, 2010 Monday
Maulid un-Nabi February 26, 2010 Friday
Maundy Thursday April 1, 2010 Thursday
Good Friday April 2, 2010 Friday
Holy Saturday April 3, 2010 Saturday
Easter Day April 4, 2010 Sunday
Araw ng Kagitingan April 9, 2010 Tuesday
Labor Day May 3, 2010 Monday
National Elections May 10, 2010 Monday
Independence Day June 14, 2010 Monday
Ninoy Aquino Day August 23, 2010 Monday
National Heroes Day August 29, 2010 Sunday
National Heroes Day Holiday August 30, 2010 Monday
Eid-ul-Fitr September 1, 2010 Wednesday
All Saints Day November 1, 2010 Monday
Id-ul-Adha November 17, 2010 Wednesday
Bonifacio Day November 29, 2010 Monday
Chritmas Eve December 24, 2010 Friday
Christmas Day December 25, 2010 Saturday
Rizal Day December 27, 2010 Monday
New Year's Eve December 31, 2010 Friday

National Regular Holidays Compensation - Philippines
a. If it is an employee’s regular workday
• If unworked - 100%
• If worked - 1st 8 hours - 200%
• Excess of 8 hours - plus 30% of hourly rate on said day
b. If it is an employee’s rest day
• If unworked - 100%
• If worked - 1st 8 hours - plus 30% of 200%
• Excess of 8 hours - plus 30% of hourly rate on said day

Nationwide Special Holidays List - Philippines

Ninoy Aquino day Monday nearest August 21
All Saints Day November 1, 2010
Last Day of the Year December 31, 2010

Special Days - Philippines
For declared special days such as Special Non-Working Day, Special Public Holiday, Special National Holiday, in addition to the two nationwide special days (November 1, All Saints Day and December 31, Last Day of the Year), the following rules shall apply:
a. If unworked
• No pay, unless there is a favorable company policy, practice or collective bargaining agreement (CBA) granting payment of wages on special days even if unworked.
b. If worked
• 1st 8 hours - plus 30% of the daily rate of 100%
• excess of 8 hours - plus 30% of hourly rate on said day
c. Falling on the employee’s rest day and if worked
• 1st 8 hours - plus 50% of the daily rate of 100%
• excess of 8 hours - plus 30% of hourly rate on said day
Special Working Holidays - Philippines
For work performed, an employee in the Philippines is entitled only to his basic rate. No premium pay is required since work performed on said days is considered work on ordinary working days.

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