These will be the holidays and bridges of 2021

Holidays are not always granted to the entire population.  (Photo: Shutterstock)
Holidays are not always granted to the entire population. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The year 2020 is finally over and although it does so in an unpleasant way that does not mean that we cannot think of 2021 as an opportunity to rest and even go on vacation, if the health emergency allows it. That’s why we tell you here what are the holidays and holidays of 2021 in Mexico.

In accordance with article 74 of the Federal Labor Law, Mexicans can have up to 9 Mandatory rest days year. They are considered non-working dates and must be paid in triple. They can be taken by everyone paid employees. They do not open public offices, for example, and there are no classes nationwide.

On the other hand, the days off, They are considered as non-working in some jobs, due to the importance or specificity of the holiday such as the Day of the Dead, the Bank Employee Day, or the suspension of classes.

Now that you know what is the difference between mandatory holidays or holidays, as well as holidays, you must remember that if the employer asks his workers to work During the dates marked as mandatory, they may provide their services, but will have the right to a payment independent of their salary, that is, they must be paid the normal salary plus double, according to the article 75 of the Federal Labor Law.

In addition, if the mandatory rest comes to coincide with the weekly rest (Sunday), the payment of the Sunday premium must also be covered.

Mandatory rest days must be paid.  (Photo: EFE)
Mandatory rest days must be paid. (Photo: EFE)

Now yes, what are the holidays and holidays in 2021?

*Friday January 1 | New Year

*Monday February 1st | Mexican Constitution Day (February 5)

*Monday March, 15th | Birth of Benito Juárez (March 21)

*Saturday May 1 | Labor Day

*Thursday 16 of September | Independence Day

*Monday November 15 | Revolution Day (November 20)

*Saturday December 25th | Christmas

Holidays and Holidays for Students

*Of the January 1 to 8 | Holidays

*Thursday January 7 and Friday 8 | School Technical Council Board

*Monday February 1st | Mexican Constitution Day (February 5)

*Friday February 19th | School Technical Council Board

*Friday March 12 | School administrative discharge

*Monday March, 15th | Birth of Benito Juárez (March 21)

*Monday April 12th | School Technical Council Board

*Wednesday May 5th | Day of the Battle of Puebla

*Friday May 21th | School Technical Council Board

*Friday June 25th | School Technical Council Board

*Monday June 28th | School administrative discharge

*Thursday 16 of September | Independence Day

*Tuesday November 2 | Day of the Dead

*Monday November 15 | Revolution Day (November 20)

Holiday periods according to SEP

The first vacation period for the boys and girls will start on December 21, 2020 and will end on January 8, 2021, resuming classes on Monday, January 11; the second period of summer vacation will start on Saturday July 10.

And Easter?

This 2021 Easter will be from Monday, March 29 to Friday, April 9.

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