Oct. 1, 2008 declared as Eid’l Fitr (end of Ramadan) holiday

October 1, 2008 has been declared as a regular holiday nationwide in observance of Eid'l Fitr, which is the last day of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.  According to the Department of Labor and Employment, the rules applying during the observance of the regular holiday is as follows:

1) An employee will receive his or her regular wage even if he or she doesn't work on October 1, 2008, whether the day is his or her regular workday or rest day.
2) On the other hand, if October 1, 2008 is a regular workday for the employee, and the employee works on that day, he or she gets 200 percent of the regular wage for that day. If the employee works in excess of eight hours, he or she receives the hourly rate for that day (which is 200 percent of his/her regular wage divided by eight), plus 30 percent of that hourly rate.
3) If October 1, 2008 is the employee's rest day, and he or she works on that day, he or she receives 260 percent of his or her regular wage. If the employee renders overtime work, he or she receives his or her hourly rate for that day (which is 260 percent of his/her regular wage divided by 8), plus 30 percent of that rate.

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