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February 13 2014 special non-working day in Parañaque City

UPDATE: February 13, 2014 (Thursday) has been declared a special non-working holiday through Proclamation 715. Read the declaration here.

This is wonderful news for those working in Parañaque City. Malacañang has declared February 13 a special-non working holiday in commemoration of Parañaque’s cityhood anniversary. Signed by Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa, Proclamation 543 aims to give the city residents the “full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies.” Download President Benigno Aquino III’s Proclamation 543 here.

Banner of the Parañaque City government website, featuring Mayor Florencio “Jun” Bernabe

Parañaque was converted into a city in 1998, during the term of then-President Fidel V. Ramos. It subsequently became the 11th member-city of the National Capital Region. Not being a national holiday, Parañaque City-based employees who would report for work on the said day are only entitled to an additional 30% of their regular pay for the first eight hours of work. This is outlined in the pay rules set by the Department of Labor and Employment.

Those who would work beyond eight hours will get another plus 30% of their pay rate on that particular date. Meanwhile, employees who will choose to stay home on February 13 are not bound to get paid “unless there is a favorable company policy, practice or collective bargaining agreement (CBA) granting payment of wages on special days even if unworked.”

This usually depends on a person’s employment status. Regular/permanent/tenured workers are typically paid in full for this day while non-permanent/casual/probationary are not. Employees who are not present in the work day before this holiday (either February 10 or 11) are automatically not entitled to get a holiday premium.

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18 thoughts on “February 13 2014 special non-working day in Parañaque City”

  1. chrisair @ fitandfashionmom.com says:

    sa Paranque lang ba ito?

    1. markpere2010 says:

      Opo, Miss ChrisAir. 🙂

    2. Anonymous says:

      Hindi, sa makati rin.. Kaya nga Paranaque day e

    3. Anonymous says:

      Hinda pati pasay

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  4. Anonymous says:

    Paano pag taga Paranaque ka pero sa Las pinas ka nagtatrabaho?

  5. Bernie says:

    Paano pag taga Paranque ka pero sa Las Pinas ka nagtatrabaho?

    1. markpere2010 says:

      Bernie, sa kasong iyan, mukhang hindi mo mapapakinabangan yung holiday.

      1. Bernie says:

        Sayang. Marami-rami rin pala ang hindi tatamaan nyan!

    2. Anonymous says:

      e di may pasok ka.

  6. Anonymous says:

    jongaer naman itong mga ito. Kaya nga paranaque day eh, dahil sa paranaque lang…

  7. Anonymous says:

    P’que kami work pero may pasok 🙁

  8. Anonymous says:

    mga loko

  9. Anonymous says:

    ang gulo nyo po..

  10. Anonymous says:

    ngayon feb 13, 2014 ba ang paranaque day? ty

  11. Anonymous says:

    panu kapg sabi ng boss mo dapat pumasok, dapat po ba tlaga pumasok ka?

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  14. john rey magno says:

    hi panu po mkaka kuha ng pdf file declaration ng paranaque day. need po kasi sa agency namin.thanks

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