Religious and public holidays
We remind you that April 30, May 1, May 2 and May 3 belong to religious and state holidays, so according to the censuses, they are non-working days. The Labor Law allows for the organization of work, but with an increased per diem of 150% and the obligation to notify the Labor Inspectorate and employees within 3 days before the start of work. Penal provisions for organizing work without notifying employees and the Labor Inspection range from € 2,000 to € 20,000.
Please find attached the Decisions and Notices that you need to fill in with the data and submit to the Inspectorate and place on the bulletin board of the company.
After the holidays, a list of the names of the people who worked is submitted to the accounting department, in order to calculate the increased per diems.