The Government published today, Thursday, December 29, the list of non-working days for public sector workers at the national level for the year 2023, added to the ordinary holidays, create long weekends conducive to the practice of internal tourism.
According to the Supreme Decree 151-2022-PCMalso a date is set for the year 2024.
Non-working days 2023 and 2024
- Monday, January 2, 2023.
- Friday April 28, 2023.
- Friday June 30, 2023.
- Thursday July 27, 2023.
- Monday October 9, 2023.
- Thursday December 7, 2023.
- Tuesday December 26, 2023.
- Tuesday, January 2, 2024.
It is worth specifying that, hours not worked during non-working days will be compensated in the 10 days immediately after, or at the time established by the head of each public entity, based on their own needs.
While, the private sector workplaces may benefit from this measure prior agreement between the employer and its workers.
- Sunday January 1: New Year.
- Thursday April 6: Holy Thursday.
- Friday April 7: Holy Friday.
- Sunday April 9: Easter Sunday.
- Monday May 1: Labor Day.
- Thursday June 29: Saint Peter and Saint Paul.
- Friday July 28: Independence Day.
- Saturday July 29: Independence Day Celebration.
- Sunday August 6: Battle of Junin.
- Wednesday August 30: Santa Rosa de Lima.
- Sunday October 8: Battle of Angamos.
- Wednesday, November 1: All Saints Day.
- Friday December 8: Immaculate Conception.
- Saturday December 9: Battle of Ayacucho.
- Monday December 25: Christmas.