Your guide to Philippines holidays in 2024


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Philippines holidays in 2024

Welcome to 2024, the year of the Paris Olympics, the Wood Dragon, and year two of AI everything. Here’s a summary of the Philippines Regular Holidays, Special Non-Working Days, and the expected holiday proclamations.

These are important for managing your team’s payroll and coordinating holiday schedules for your team roster. We’ve added explanations for holidays that are unique to the Philippines for your reference.

A quick recap: Regular holidays vs. special non-working days vs. additional special non-working days

Regular holidays are set dates with historical or cultural significance, usually involving full non-working status and pay benefits. Special Non-Working Days are days off, typically to honour specific events or traditions, offering more flexible pay rules and no compensation for non-work. Additional Special Non-Working Days are extra days designated by the government, usually to extend holiday periods or mark special occasions, with similar pay rules to Special Non-Working Days but less regularity. Each type of day differs in terms of significance, compensation, and occurrence.

Curious about the holiday policies in the Philippines? Discover all the details in this article: link to article.

Let us handle the complexities while you concentrate on your core operations. Reach out to us today, and let’s discuss how we can assist you in making holidays seamless for you and your team. 

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