BONIFACIO DAY – November 30 2015 declared a national holiday

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November 30 2015 is a national holiday because of Bonifacio Day

The Philippines will be marking the 152nd birth anniversary of Spanish-era revolutionary leader and national hero Andres Bonifacio this November 30, Monday.

The day, commonly referred to as Bonifacio Day, is a national holiday as stipulated in President Benigno Aquino III’s 831, which he signed July of last year. Since November 30 falls on a Monday, Bonifacio Day will give Filipinos another three-day weekend for 2015.

 

 

november 30 2015 holiday
November 30 2015 is a national holiday because of Bonifacio Day

 

The 2014 edition of Department of Labor and Employment’s Handbook on Workers’ Statutory Monetary Benefits mandates that employees should receive “at least 100% of his/her minimum wage rate even if he/she did not report for work, provided he/she is present or is on leave of absence with pay on the work day immediately preceding the (national) holiday.”

Meanwhile, those who report for work on November 30 should get twice their regular rate for every hour of service rendered – a situation described commonly as “double pay.” The handbook can be downloaded in this link (proceed to page 10).

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