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Recording work and supplements on general and public holidays

Guide on how you record work and supplements for general and public holidays (in Norway dubbed «red calendar days»)

General and public holidays

New Year's Day (1 January)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.
  • If the day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, you shall also record 2068 Sat/Sun Compensation (date and number of hours).

Maundy Thursday (Thursday before Easter)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.

Good Friday (Friday before Easter)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.

Easter Monday

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.

1 May (Labour Day)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.
  • If the day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, you shall also record 2068 Sat/Sun Compensation (date and number of hours).

Ascension Day (40 days after Easter)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.

17 May (Norwegian Constitution Day)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.
  • If the day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, you shall also record 2068 Sat/Sun Compensation (date and number of hours).

Whit Sunday (7th Sunday after Easter)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.

Whit Monday (7th Monday after Easter)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.

Christmas Day (25 December)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.
  • If the day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, you shall also record 2068 Sat/Sun Compensation (date and number of hours).

2nd Day of Christmas (26 December)

  • Record as 2035 Public holiday supp 100% (date and number of hours).

  • Note that you shall not record «Work time» as this is included in the public holiday supplement.
  • If the day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, you shall also record 2068 Sat/Sun Compensation (date and number of hours).

Check out the exact dates for a specific year (timeanddate.com)

Other special days

Easter Eve

Easter Eve is not a public holiday, but always falls on a Saturday. Imposed work is recorded as 2068 Sat/Sun Compensation (date and number of hours).

Whit Eve

Whit Eve is not a public holiday, but always falls on a Saturday. Imposed work is recorded as 2068 Sat/Sun Compensation (date and number of hours).

Christmas Eve (24 December)

Christmas Eve is not a public holiday. Imposed work may be recorded as overtime.

New Year's Eve (31 December)

New Year's Eve is not a public holiday. Imposed work may be recorded as overtime.

Wednesday before Easter

Wednesday before Easter is not a public holiday. Imposed work may be recorded as overtime.

 

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Published Dec. 5, 2018 2:45 PM - Last modified Dec. 7, 2018 10:54 AM