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Walang Pasok: Malacañang declares February 29 to 30 as a Philippine Public Holiday

Yes, it is confirmed, declared, and announced on Saturday by the Malacañang Palace spokesperson that on February 29 to 30 are a Philippine National Holiday or in short walang pasok.

Employees who work during the holidays are being paid more than the overtime rate on regular days. The computation goes like this: regular hourly rate + 25 percent of regular hourly rate.

On the other hand, employees who work on special non-working days are paid at least 130 percent of the sum of their daily rate and cost of living allowance.

What’s the difference between a Regular Holiday and a Special Non-Working Day in the Philippines?

Philippines Regular Holiday vs Special Non-Working Holiday
What’s the difference between a Regular Holiday and a Special Non-Working Day in the Philippines?

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