‘No work, no pay’ rules cover October 31, November 1

NO WORK, NO PAY. October 31 and November 1 are covered by the Department of Labor and Employment's 'no work, no pay' rule for special non-working days.

NO WORK, NO PAY. October 31 and November 1 are covered by the Department of Labor and Employment's 'no work, no pay' rule for special non-working days.

MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said that special non-working days October 31 and November 1 are covered by the “no work, no pay” wage rules. 

Based on its labor advisory, “the no work, no pay principle shall apply unless there is a favorable company policy, practice or collective bargaining agreement granting payment on a special day.” 

If an employee was called to take his duty on these days, he will be given an additional 30% of his/her daily rate on a standard 8-hour schedule. 

A worker will again receive an additional 30% of the hourly rate for every hour he/she spent on duty exceeding the prescribed work hours. 

In case the special day falls on his/her rest day, the worker will be paid an additional 50% of the daily rate for the first 8 hours of duty. 

This will be augmented with 30% of the hourly rate for every additional hour rendered at work. 

President Rodrigo Duterte earlier declared these dates as special non-working days to give way to the traditional commemorative activities for the All Saints’ Day on Wednesday, November 1. – Rappler.com 

Patty Pasion

Patty leads the Rappler+ membership program. She used to be a Rappler multimedia reporter who covered politics, labor, and development issues of vulnerable sectors.

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