February 2015 Philippine Holidays and Holiday Pay Guidelines

As the month of February starts, here’s a reminder on the official February 2015 Philippine Holidays:

February 19, 2015, Thursday – Chinese New Year (Special non-working day)

According to the Chinese Calendar, year 2015 is the Green Sheep or Wooden Sheep/Goat year.February 2015 Philippine Holidays

Once again, Binondo will be the center of this celebration.

Just like the previous years, the stretch of Ongpin Street is usually closed as early as the New year’s eve.

Dragon dance, Chinese food festival, fire crackers , Feng Shui artifacts are expected to be the highlights of this festivity

One of the most memorable day in Philippine History will also mark the calendar of

February 2015 Philippine Holidays.

February 25, 2015, Wednesday – EDSA Revolution Anniversary (Special Holiday for Schools)

This will be the 29th year to commemorate 1986’s People Power . Just a bit of trivia, it was only in 2010 that this holiday was declared as Special Holiday “for schools” only.

February 2015 Philippine Holidays

Holiday Pay Guidelines for February 2015 Philippine Holidays

For February 2015 Philippine Holidays, only February 19, 2015 – Chinese New Year  will entitle workers to holiday pay. See info below for guidance.February 2015 Philippine Holidays

 Now aside from these two official

February 2015 Philippine Holidays,

there is another celebration very popular (actually more popular ) this month.

Of course who will miss February 14 -Valentine’s Day , which luckily falls on a Saturday! No extra pay, actually it’s extra spending but surely most are extra happy-in-love!

February 2015 Philippine Holidays