DOLE reminds employers of additional salary for holiday work


DOLE reminds employers of double pay for employees who will be reporting for work on December 30 and January 1, 2017.

In the labor advisory signed by acting Secretary Joel Maglunsod, the above mentioned dates are considered as “regular holidays”, which is employees should be paid double.

If an employee renders overtime, he will be receiving an additional 30 percent for his hourly rate.

If it’s a rest day, he will be receiving an additional of 30 percent on top of his 200 percent daily rate, and if he stays for overnight, there will still an additional of 30 percent on his hourly rate.

On December 24 and December 31, which were declared as “special non-working days”, the following pay rules will be followed:

  • Employers should implement the “no work, no pay” principle
  • If they render work, they will be receiving 30 percent for his daily rate
  • With overtime, they will receive 30 percent on their hourly rate
  • If they work on their rest day, they will have additional 50 percent and for their overtime work, they will receive additional 30 percent

One Comment

  1. gemma de leon

    good afternoon po itatanung ko lang po ang problema ng anak ko tungkol sa fixed salary nya,di po sya nakapasok dahil sa christmass
    tinanggal po sya sa trabaho ngayun pero ang 8k na dati nyang sahud ay binibigyan daw po sya ng 4k na lang…salamat po..wait ko po respond nyo

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