the holidays of Holy Week and Easter are just around the corner and hundreds of travelers already have their suitcases ready to start the trip to a tourist destination.
Spas, beaches, magical towns, lakes, They are the places most requested by tourists to take advantage of the upcoming holidays, which the company you work for does not necessarily have to give you.
That’s right, as hard as it sounds, before planning your next days out, make sure that your company can offer you this benefit, since the celebration of the commemoration of the passion, death and resurrection of Christ It is not marked as a non-working day within the Federal Labor Lawso missing it could bring you financial effects or some sanction for insistence.
So that this does not happen to you, you could request days on account of vacations, time by time or days without pay so that you can go comfortably to enjoy these long-awaited days, where it is also combined with student vacations.
What are non-working days established by the Federal Labor Law?
On holidays, the company has the obligation to give you rest, since it is so established by the Federal Labor Law. It’s important to highlight that depending on your line of work, there are employers that require your services. In these cases, the law establishes that you must receive double the pay of a regular work day, according to the article 73 of the Federal Labor Law.
Sunday January 1: New Year. Monday February 6: The Day of the Mexican Constitution. Monday March 20: Birth of Benito Juárez. Monday May 1: International Labor Day. Saturday September 16: Mexico’s Independence Day. Monday November 20: Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution. Monday December 25: Christmas.
On the other hand, there are companies or businesses where production drops, a clear example is at Holy Week and Easter and it is up to the employer if he grants you days without your payroll being diminished.
Thursday, April 6: Holy Thursday Friday, April 7: Good Friday Friday, May 5: Battle of Puebla Thursday, October 12: Columbus Day Thursday, November 2: Day of the Dead Tuesday, December 12: Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe
So, if you are one of the lucky ones who will have free days to go for a walk with the family, as a couple, with friends, or alone, remember to do it with all the caution in the world, since accidents are the order of the day and It is specifically on these dates where the number of setbacks increases.
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