MINIVACANTA of December 1, 2018. The next weekend will be long!
MINIVACANTA of December 1, 2018. According to the Labor Code, St. Andrew's Day, celebrated on November 30, the founder of the Christian church north of the Danube and, implicitly, from Romania, became an official day off.
Then, until we enjoy the Christmas holidays, we will also receive a 3 day minivantage! November 30 will fall on a Friday and is a free official day, joining a weekend, will form an extended weekend.
For these days, employees who work must receive compensation from employers or recover their days off.
MINIVACANTA of December 1, 2018. How many free days do we have in 2018?
November 30 (Friday) – San Andrés
December 1 (Saturday) – National Day of Romania
December 25 (Tuesday) – Christmas
December 26 (Wednesday) – Christmas
MINIVACANTA of December 1, 2018. Free days 2019. The calendar of holidays in 2019:
January 1 (Tuesday) – New Year
January 2 (Wednesday)
January 24 (Thursday) – Day of the Union of the Romanian principalities or small union
April 26 (Friday) – Good Friday
April 28 (Sunday) – Holy Week
April 29 (Monday) – Easter Day
May 1 (Wednesday) – Labor Day
June 1 (Saturday) – Children's Day
June 16 (Sunday) – Pentecost
June 17 (Monday) – The day of Pentecost
August 15 (Thursday) – Assumption of the Virgin
November 30 (Saturday) – San Andrés
December 1 (Sunday) – The Great Union
December 25 (Wednesday) – Christmas
December 26 (Thursday) – Christmas
Maybe he did not know, but other EU countries have even 17 or 18 days a year (Belgium, Lithuania and Cyprus), so Romania will have to reach this level soon.
Unfortunately, there is also less good news. Five of the legal holidays in 2019 will fall during the weekend, a third of them.