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Further clarification Public Holiday Schedule for 2017 and 2018.

PHILIPSBURG:--- This serves as a clarification to the article regarding the National Public Holiday Schedule that appeared in the Daily Herald on Friday, December 23, 2016, whereby the following was stated:
“The law mandates that for holidays that fall on a Sunday, the next day off will then be set for the Monday immediately after or the next working day.”

This gives the impression that every public holiday that falls on a Sunday, that the following day is being compensated as a day off. This is not the case. According to the legislation, the holidays to which this applies are the following:
Labour Day
Labour Day has been celebrated annually on May 1st. If this day falls on a Sunday it is celebrated on the next working day which would be the Monday.

Emancipation Day
Emancipation Day has been celebrated annually on July 1st. If this day falls on a Sunday it is celebrated on the next working day which would be the Monday.

The Arbeidsregeling, article 23, paragraph 3, gives the Minister of Public Health Social Development & Labour the authority to assign new dates for Carnival Day and Sint Maarten Day.

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