Thursday – day off, on Friday – at work

This year, May 10, which falls on a Friday, will not be declared a nonworking day. The Ministry of Labor and Social Protection came with clarification in this regard given that Europe Day is marked on May 9 and this is a day off, IPN reports.

The Ministry noted that a number of requests came from employers and employees. “This year, May 10 will not be declared a nonworking day. Also, for the optimal use by employees of days off and public holidays, the heads of units operating in the real sector of the economy can transfer the days off or the working days to other days, after consulting employees’ representatives,” said the institution.

Last year, the public sector employees enjoyed a mini-vacation as May 8 fell on a Monday and was declared a nonworking day by Government decision.

In the Republic of Moldova, public holidays are: January 1 – New Year; January 7 and 8 – Christmas (Old Style); March 8 – International Women’s Day; the next day after Easter (Monday) according to the church calendar; Monday in a week after Easter (Sunday of the Dead); May 1 – International Workers’ Day; May 9 – Day of Victory and Commemoration of the Heroes Fallen for the Independence of the Motherland; 9 May – Europe Day; August 27 –  Independence Day; August 31 – Our Romanian Language Day; December 25 – Christmas (New Style); the day of the patron saint of the local church, declared by the decision of the local council of the municipality, city, commune, village.

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