In 2024, five public holidays fall on Friday, Sunday, or Monday.
As the second day of the Chinese New Year falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be considered a public holiday.
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- Here are the public holidays that fall on a Monday.
- New Year’s Day (1 January)
- Hari Raya Haji (17 June)
- Meanwhile, these are the holidays on Friday.
- Good Friday (29 March)
- National Day (9 August)
- One public holiday falls on a Sunday:
- Second day of Chinese New Year (11 February)
- The other holidays are:
- First day of Chinese New Year (10 February)
- Hari Raya Puasa (10 April)
- Labour Day (1 May)
- Vesak Day (22 May)
- Deepavali (31 October)
- Christmas (25 December)
Employees who will work on a public holiday should get an extra day’s salary in addition to their gross rate of pay for the day. Employees and their employers can also agree to substitute a public holiday for another one.
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Additionally, employers can grant time-off-in-lieu, based on a mutually agreed number of hours for workmen earning more than S$4,500 a month, non-workmen earning over S$2,600 a month, managers, and executives.
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