Thursday, April 29, 2010
LABOR DAY RATIONALIZED TO MAY 3
May 3 has been declared a holiday instead of May 1. May 1 is Labor Day, however, in line with the rationalization of holidays as declared by the President it is made on May 3. This is good news to permanent employees, but for casual, contractual and job order contract employees this is not good news because the policy will apply to them on no work means no pay. I have to reschedule my set meeting on May 3 to May 4 because I don't like to go to my workstation on a holiday. I shall send out a communication resetting my meeting with the targeted participants.