Start marking your calendars because these are the official public holidays of 2023. This time of year, many may be planning their trips abroad and long weekends as a way to beat the January blues and acing a work-life balance.
Without further ado, here they are:
|1 Jan||Sun||New Year’s Day|
|10 Feb||Fri||Feast of St Paul’s Shipwreck|
|19 Mar||Sun||Feast of St Joseph|
|31 Mar||Fri||Freedom Day|
|7 Apr||Fri||Good Friday|
|1 May||Mon||Workers’ Day|
|7 Jun||Wed||Sette Giugno|
|29 Jun||Thu||Feast of St Peter and St Paul|
|15 Aug||Tue||Feast of the Assumption|
|8 Sep||Fri||Victory Day|
|21 Sep||Thu||Independence Day|
|8 Dec||Fri||Immaculate Conception|
|13 Dec||Wed||Republic Day|
|25 Dec||Mon||Christmas Day|
That means you can book a lovely long weekend trip in March, as the 31st will be a Friday and a public holiday… Booking the 30th of June off means you’ll get an easy 4 days off, including the weekend with the 29th of June being a public holiday. Making use of public holidays to maximise your time off, is always a great way to get a good long rest from work and really refresh your mind.
You can read more about your Vacation Leave and public holiday entitlement here.
Have you planned your 2023 annual leave yet?
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