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#WalangPasok – November 2 2017 is NOT a declared holiday

Filipinos nationwide will have back-to-back holidays due to the observance of the All Saints’ Day, which is known locally as Undas.

As mandated in President Rodrigo Duterte’s Proclamation 50, both October 31 (Tuesday) and November 1 (Wednesday) are declared as special non-working holidays. Read more about Proclamation 50 through this link.

It is worth pointing out though that it is not likely for November 2, Thursday, to be declared as a special non-working day as well. The Filipino Scribe will be updating this post if and when new information becomes available.

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November 2 2017 is not a special non-working holiday based on President Duterte’s Proclamation 50 (Credits:

The Department of Labor and Employment’s Handbook on Workers’ Statutory Monetary Benefits (2016 edition) mandates that those who report for work on special non-working days are entitled to get an additional 30% on their regular hourly pay rate.

*1st 8 hours – plus 30% of the daily rate of 100%

*excess of 8 hours – plus 30% of hourly rate on said day

So, if you are a minimum-wage earner (P481 in Metro Manila):

P60.10 (the hourly pay) X 0.30 (the additional pay) = P78.13 (your special holiday rate)

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11 thoughts on “#WalangPasok – November 2 2017 is NOT a declared holiday”

  1. Rollie Torio says:

    Sana i declare na rin na holiday ang November 2, 2017 . . . Please President Duterte . . .

  2. Ernesto says:

    Kung hindi po kame nagtrabaho sa araw na yun, may sweldo poba kame

    1. Mark Madrona says:

      depende po sa status ninyo, kung permanente o hindi.

    2. Riza says:

      Kung no work no pay po kayo, pag special holiday wala po kayo sahod. Pero pag Legal Holiday po, bayad po kahit di pumasok.

  3. Yhen says:

    hi po good eve, just want to ask po no work no pay policy apply sa wages which is daily po sumasahod? how about po un semi monthly still apply pa din po b? thanks

  4. Arnel Camilla says:

    november 2, 2017 is really declare as special non-working holiday?

    1. ryan fama says:

      NO. But Nov 2 2018 is…

  5. jo ana jamandre says:

    What is the update on the November 2, 2017 holiday or not?

    1. ryan fama says:

      Nov. 2, 2017 is not a Holiday….proclamation no. 269 states that Nov. 2, 2018 is a Non-Working Holiday…NOT 2017

  6. Andy borja says:

    Wala po bang pasok bukas pero hndi declared na holiday? Ang dami kc nagtatanung government offices kung my pasok o wala…thanks sa tutugon

  7. Rommel says:

    in shortmay pasok sa nov.2

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