Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
Hey, Peeps, if you ever decide to plunge in and go to work tomorrow for that extra Christmas shopping money, please do take note that tomorrow, November 1, 2013, is a SPECIAL NON-WORKING DAY.
And in case you are a MINIMUM WAGE EARNER, you are exempt from paying income tax on your taxable income, including your holiday pay, night differential pay and hazard pay. ARE YOU A MINIMUM WAGE EARNER? Find out here.
Here is an INFOGRAPHIC on the difference between a Regular Holiday and a Special Non-Working Day. (Magkaiba pala yun? All the while, I was thinking a holiday is a holiday. Yun pala, may Regular Holiday, Special Non-Working Day, Additional Special Non-working Day, and Special Holiday For Schools)
And oh, if you want to get into the nitty-gritty on how to compute your holiday pay plus a list of 2013 and 2014 Holidays, you can check it here.
Hay buhay… hirap talaga pag trabahador noh? No work, no pay hehehe!
awesome! this is a very helpful infographic indeed. and here i am, working on november 1. sayang din ang premium. hehe.
Dominique Goh says
Interesting inforgraphics.. hope those people working on that day get their deserved wages.
Lady Anne Abit says
Honestly, I'd rather be at the beach than at work on a holiday. Pero sayang din ang double pay, so kayod na nga lang. 🙂
Rosegen Yeager says
Its nice to work on holiday if its double pay though…
JanzCrystalz January says
I'll grab this infographic and compare it with with our pay scale.. hmmm.. kung sakaling magkaiba wala naman kami magawa.. hehehe
Linnor Rapes says
now i miss my paycheck… hehe… i've been on sabbatical since 2010 🙂
No work no pay pala ang special holiday..buti na lang ung company namin pay us even we don't work during special non-working holiday.