What days do you not work in 2023?
Some official dates fall on weekdays, however, these can be moved to Monday to take advantage of as a bridge and some others remain unchanged.
- Sunday January 1: New Year
- Monday, February 6: Mexican Constitution Day, first long weekend of 2023
- Monday March 20: Birthday of Benito Juárez, second long weekend of 2023
- Monday May 1: International Workers’ Day, third long weekend of 2023
- Saturday September 16: Mexican Independence Day.
- Monday November 20: Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, fourth long weekend of 2023
- Monday December 25: Christmas, last long weekend of the year
Easter 2023: do you work?
According to the liturgical calendar, Holy Week will be on the following dates:
- April 2 – Palm Sunday.
- April 3 – Monday.
- April 4 – Tuesday.
- April 5 – Wednesday.
- April 6 – Holy Thursday.
- April 7 – Good Friday.
- April 8 – Glory Saturday.
- April 9 – Resurrection Sunday.
In accordance with the Federal Labor Law, the days of Holy Week are not official holidays; however, there may be agreements between the employer and the worker not to work during that period.