“Through Supreme Decree No. 022-2017-TR, published in the official gazette El Peruano, the Government stated that ‘it is necessary to adopt measures of different nature for the attention and safety of visitors, so it is convenient to declare non-working days subjected to compensable or recoverable work hours’.”, you can read in El Comercio today.
As for taxes, El Comercio wrote that April 13 and 14 will be considered as working days and the compensation will be made as follows:
– Private Sector: by means of an agreement between the employer and its employees, the manner in which the recovery of the hours that weren’t worked will be established; In the absence of an agreement, the employer will decide.
– Public Sector: the hours left to work during the days declared non-working will be compensated in the fifteen days immediately following, or at the opportunity established by the Holder of each public entity, according to its needs.
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