In 2022, many Philippine holidays fell on the weekend. But in 2023, you may have noticed that many of those holidays now land on a Monday or Friday. If your OFS doesn’t work on the weekends, they can expect around 9 “long weekends” if we count regular and special holidays.
If your business is affected by this, make sure you talk to your OFS to work on their schedules as soon as possible.
These are Philippine holidays that will result in long weekends.
– April 6 – 10, 2023 (Th,F,M) – Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Day of Valor.
– May 1, 2023(Monday) – Labor Day
– June 12, 2023(Monday) – Philippine Independence Day
– August 28, 2023 (Monday) – National Heroes Day
– November 27, 2023(Monday) – Bonifacio Day
– December 25, 2023(Monday) – Christmas Day
– August 21, 2023 (Monday) – Ninoy Aquino Jr. Day
– November 1 – 2, 2023 (Wednesday and Thursday) – All Saints and All Souls’ day. Expect your OFS to ask for a leave on October 31st (Tuesday) for travel to the province and Nov 3rd (Friday) to complete their long weekend.
– December 8, 2023(Friday) – Feast of the Immaculate Conception.
To make sure you’re updated on Philippine holidays, make sure you subscribe to our Google Calendar. It will put the Philippines holidays on your calendar so you’re aware of them.
PS. My family recently went on holiday to Southern California. It’s amazing to me how fast the kids grow. One of my 5 is already out of the house, and another is about to leave. So sad.