Official Philippine Holidays 2015

January 14, 2015 | by Pepper

Today we’re officially beginning the first work week of 2015 and here at Pepper we couldn’t be more excited! We look forward to starting the year strong and finishing it on a high note. But before we even get things rolling, we’d like to send a special shoutout to our clients for the amazing partnership we had last year. We’re thrilled to kick off 2015 with you and continue to be part of your business growth and success. Our thriving business relationship is one of the things we’re most optimistic about this year!

Just like we’ve done in the previous years, we’re giving everyone a heads up on the official Philippine holidays for 2015. We do this so that our clients can see the dates when their virtual assistants will be off and therefore help them in planning their projects ahead of time. We want our clients to have everything they need before their VAs go on holiday breaks. No loose ends, no pending tasks. We make sure that our clients know what to expect and they have all the deliverables they need before we switch to vacation mode. That way, we also get to enjoy our rest days without worrying about unfinished work!

Here’s the complete list of government-mandated Philippine holidays this 2015 for your reference and long-term planning. HAPPY NEW YEAR!


*Please note: The Kadayawan Festival is a holiday in Davao City, where our office is located. It is celebrated sometime in August. We will announce the exact date of the said holiday when the local government issues an official declaration.

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3 thoughts on “Official Philippine Holidays 2015

  1. Michelle Ann Vea

    HOORAY! Philippine holidays have already been posted. Filipinos look forward for Holidays especially if you’re a student, because that means they’ll be no classes. However, for some people working in BPO centers or for other on-shore clients, that’s more pay! Here in the Philippines we have a lot of holidays, even fiesta becomes a holiday, right? But what makes Filipinos unique, it’s because despite of all those holiday dates, most of us would still choose to work and earn more for us to provide good life to our respective families. So, if you’re planning to take a day off during these holiday dates, plan it ahead of time. Enjoy and make sure to check properly the dates stated in this blog…

  2. Datu Abdula M. Uka III

    That’s great! Knowing that there are official holidays in the Philippines, then it is assumed that most Filipinos would enjoy themselves hanging out with their families, friends, and most especially their girlfriends or boyfriends. Some would go to other places, huddle in a corner, or maybe spend time with their lovely pets. Haha! But then, it’s a good thing to have a plan before these holidays will arrive. Just list all the things that you can do for these holidays and voula! you’re ready to go!

  3. Michele Faraon

    This blog is really helpful. We should really take note of the holidays so that we can inform the clients ahead of time that we won’t be working on a specific day because it’s holiday. It’s really great informing clients to avoid pending jobs. This is a great blog!:)


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