April 14 Declared As A National Holiday
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April 14 Declared As A National Holiday

suja_nm Started The Discussion:

Friends,

The Central Government has declared April 14th, Dr. Ambedkar's birth anniversary as a National Holiday {ref: TOI dated April 9th 08}.

As companies have already declared their Holiday Lists for 2008. Would this be effective from 2008 or 2009?

Seeking the suggestions/views of our elite members.

octavious - Member Since: Feb 2007
Hello,

No need to change the Holiday list, you can keep it as a optional holiday, any person who takes leave on 14 Apr, will have to forgo on of the leaves mentioned in the holiday list.

Thank You
Octavious

dhanya prakash - Member Since: Apr 2008
OOps ......... :? ..I SEND A CIRCULAR JUST NOW REMINDING STAFFS TO BE IN OFFICE AT 9.30AM SHARP ON 14TH APRIL.Hmmmmmmmmm let me see wat i can do. bye n have fun :D

bhagwan_07 - Member Since: Dec 2007
Its depend on companies policies that whether they want to treat as Holiday or working day. rgds

sachinparatwar - Member Since: Nov 2007
Hi, Pl find the attachment for the same, Regards Sachin


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