Some parents and students doubt whether they will have to attend classes normally next Tuesday and Wednesday. | Andean
With October 31 and November 1 approaching, Peruvians are already thinking about what to dress up as, but, above all, whether they should go to class or work. This, since last year the Government declared this date as a non-working day, which was added to the holiday the following day. Given these doubts, Infobae Perú reviewed the schedule of the Ministry of Education.
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As seen on their website, Wednesday, November 1, the date on which All Saints’ Day is celebrated, is a national holiday. That is, activities in the public and private sectors will be suspended, so if your workplace requires you in the same way, you must be rewarded with a substitute break or, if not given, you must be paid triple your salary. remuneration corresponding to that day.
However, in accordance with Supreme Decree No. 151-2022-PCM and Legislative Decree No. 713, October 31 is not a holiday or non-working day, so classes and work will proceed normally. .
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The difference between both is not only in the sector in which they are applied, but also at an economic level. While the holiday is a paid rest for everyone, which can be compensated with another day or triple payment for the day; The non-working day is only for the public sector and is compensable. That is, the employee must return the hours stopped working within the next ten days.
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Although private sector workers can also apply, this will be voluntary and will depend on their workplaces, as they have the power to accept or not.
Failure to make these payments is considered a “very serious” infraction, so you must file a complaint with the National Superintendence of Labor Supervision (Sunafil). The cost of the fine will depend on the type of company and number of workers affected.
In case of any case of irregularity during your work, you can approach the supervisory body to present your case. | Sunafil
In the case of microbusinesses, the fines range between S/1,058 and S/3,128; Small business is considered between S/3,542 and S/35,190 and if it is not a Mype, the money to be disbursed would be between S/12,098 to S/241,638.
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How to report? If this is your case, you should contact 390-2780 or write to the email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit any of their headquarters. It is worth mentioning that this process does not guarantee payment for the holiday worked.
As we already mentioned, for working on a holiday without a compensatory break, the company must pay triple. That is, the remuneration corresponding to the holiday (already included), another for the day worked and an additional amount that is equivalent to a 100% surcharge.
For example, if you earn minimum wage. That is, S/ 1,025, you must divide it by 30 days and you will have a daily payment of S/34.16. You must multiply this amount by three, which makes a total of S/102.50. This will be the payment that you must receive from your workplace.
If you worked on a holiday and are not rewarded with a day of rest, you must receive an additional amount to your monthly remuneration. | AndinaWednesday, November 1, 2023: national holidayThursday, December 7: non-working day for the public sectorFriday, December 8: Day of the Immaculate Conception – holidaySaturday, December 9: Battle of Ayacucho – holidayMonday, December 25: Christmas – holidayTuesday, December 26 : non-working day for the public sector.
Unlike this year, in 2024 Peru will have a total of 15 official holidays. The last one to be added was June 7, on the occasion of the Battle of Arica and Flag Day.
Monday, January 1, 2024: New YearThursday, March 28 and Friday the 29th: Holy WeekWednesday, May 1: Labor DayFriday, June 7: Battle of Arica and Flag DaySaturday, June 29: San Pedro and San PabloSunday the 28th and Monday the 29th of July: National HolidaysTuesday, August 6: Battle of JunínFriday, August 30: Santa Rosa de LimaTuesday, October 8: Combat of AngamosFriday, November 1: All Saints’ DaySunday, December 8: Day of the Immaculate ConceptionMonday, December 9: Battle of AyacuchoWednesday 25th December, Christmas.