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Holidays of 2023: which holidays should be paid this year?

The arrival of a new year brings with it days off due to holidays or non-working days, and 2023 is no exception. For this reason, Congress released through the Legislative Decree 713 the list of paid holidays This year’s officials for workers in the public and private sectors, through which you can plan in advance the activities you will carry out, either alone, with family or friends. Here we will show you the complete relationship.

2023 paid holidays

  • New Year 1st of January
  • Thursday and Good Friday: April 6 and 7 (movable)
  • Labor Day: May 1
  • Saint Peter and Saint Paul: June 29
  • National Holidays: July 28 and 29
  • Battle of Junín: August 6
  • Saint Rose of Lima: August 30
  • Combat of Angamos: October 8
  • All Saints: November 1
  • Immaculate Conception: December 8
  • Battle of Ayacucho: December 9
  • Christmas is on the 25th of December.

What happens if you work on a holiday?

As established by law, workers who work on any of these holidays without replacement breaks will earn triple pay, the reasons for which are detailed below:

  • The remuneration corresponding to the holiday.
  • Remuneration for the work done.
  • An additional amount equivalent to a surcharge of 100% of the remuneration for the work performed.

What happens if the employer does not comply with the holiday pay?

As established by the Legislative Decree 713, Employers who fail to make the corresponding payment for holidays or to grant substitute leave in their place will be incurring a serious offense. The fines vary depending on the type of company:

  • Microenterprise: from S/1,138.50 to S/3,366
  • Small business: from S/3,811.50 to S/37,867.50
  • Non-mype company: from S/13,018.50 to S/260,023.50

Source: Larepublica


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