14.10.2020

Working days in 2021

The fourth quarter of 2020 has begun, the New Year is not far off, but already now we can already find out which days we will spend at work and which not. 
First of all, you need to clarify that the following are considered non-working holidays: 
January 1-6 and 8 - New Year's holidays; 
January 7 - Orthodox Christmas; 
February 23 - Defender of the Fatherland Day; 
March 8 - International Women's Day; 
May 1 - Spring and Labor Day; 
May 9 - Victory Day; 
June 12 - Day of Russia; 
November 4 - National Unity Day. 

Thus, in the first quarter, the period from January 1 to January 10 (New Year and New Year's holiday) is traditionally announced, also in honor of the Defender of the Fatherland Day, we do not work from February 21 to February 23, while Saturday February 20 is considered a working day - the day off is postponed to Monday , February 22. In March, it is somewhat more modest - only Monday, March 8, International Women's Day, was declared non-working. 
As for the II quarter, Mondays on May 3 and 10 (in honor of Labor Day and Victory Day) and June 14 (Russia Day) are declared days off. 

III quarter - fully working, no additional holidays are provided.  

Two days off were postponed to the IV quarter from I - to November 5 (after November 4 - National Unity Day) and to December 31 from January 2 and 3 (Saturday and Sunday). Therefore, in November 2021 we have a rest on the 4,5,6 and 7th, and the New Year's holidays in 2022 begin a day earlier!  

In total, in 2021, Russians will work 249 days, that is, 5 days less than the French, who will work 254 days. 
France does not have a weekend in January, but there are other public holidays. 
Their full list: 
January 1 - New Year;
May 1 - Labor Day;
May 8 - Victory Day;
July 14 - Bastille Day;
August 15 - Assumption of the Virgin; 
November 1 - All Saints Day; 
November 11 - End of World War I;
December 25 - Christmas.
Some holidays do not have fixed dates, but they are still days off: 
Monday after Easter 
40 days after Easter - Ascension Seventh 
Monday after Easter - Holy Trinity Day.

We wish you all productive work!
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