List Of Philippines Holidays For Outsourced Workers

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The Philippines has a LOT of “Regular” holidays (“regular” is the word they use for “You have to give us the day off”)

Here’s a color coded list with my experience of days you must give them off, days you should give them off, and days you might give them off, if you’re really nice.
The reality is, they won’t take all these days off.

  • January – 01 – New Year’s Day
  • January – 23 – Chinese New Year
  • February – 25 – People Power Day
  • April – 05 – Maundy Thursday
  • April – 06 – Good Friday
  • April – 07 – Black Saturday
  • April – 09 – Day of Valor
  • May – 01 – Labor Day
  • June – 12 – Independence Day
  • August – 20 – Eidul Fitr
  • August – 21 – Ninoy Aquino Day
  • August – 27 – National Heroes’ Day
  • October – 26 – Eidul Adha
  • November – 01 – All Saints Day
  • November – 02 – Special Non-working Holiday
  • November – 30 – Bonifacio Day
  • December – 24 – Special Non-working Holiday
  • December – 25 – Christmas Day
  • December – 30 – Rizal Day
  • December – 31 – New Year’s Eve

In addition, from Christmas to New Years, I always give my guys off. They say that most people take that entire week off work (maybe they do, maybe they don’t, but I don’t want to work during that time so I don’t make them work either).
However, I ask them to check their email in case I need something done.


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