Philippine Holidays in 2015

Public Holidays for 2015 have been signed by President Benigno S. Aquino III via proclamation no. 831.  There will be a total of 17 holidays in 2015.  The proclamation was signed on July 17, 2014.

Philippine Holidays 2015

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Regular Holidays

New Year’s Day (January 1 – Thursday)

Maundy Thursday (April 2)

Good Friday (April 3)

Araw ng Kagitingan (April 9 – Thursday)

Labor Day (May 1 – Friday)

Independence Day (June 12 – Friday)

National Heroes’ Day (August 31)

Bonifacio Day (November 30 – Monday)

Christmas Day (December 25 – Friday)

Rizal Day (December 30 – Wednesday)

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Special Non-Working Days

Day after New Year (January 2 – Friday)

Chinese New year (February 19 – Thursday)

Black Saturday (April 4 – Saturday)

Ninoy Aquino Day (August 21 – Friday)

All Saints Day (November 1 – Sunday)

Christmas Eve (December 24 – Thursday)

New Year’s Eve (December 31 – Thursday)

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Special

The Edsa People Power Revolution anniversary [(February 25 – Wednesday) (special holiday for all schools)]

Eid’l Fit’r and Eid’l Adha:

 (A separate proclamation declaring both as national holidays; the dates would be based on the Islamic Calendar, Lunar calendar or Islamic Astronomical calculations.)

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Holiday Pay Matrix 2015

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