In November, Russians will have four days off in a row in connection with the celebration of National Unity Day. Reminds of this “Russian newspaper”…
As the newspaper writes, this year the November holidays are lengthened due to an additional day off. Since the holiday of November 4 falls on a Thursday, Friday, November 5 is also a non-working day, followed by Saturday and Sunday. Thus, in November, the Russians will rest for four days in a row.
In addition, on the eve of the holiday, on Wednesday, November 3, Russians will have a shorter working day. Honored Lawyer of Russia, Doctor of Laws Ivan Solovyov recalled that, according to the Labor Code, the duration of a working day or shift immediately preceding a non-working holiday is reduced by one hour.
Earlier, the Russian government determined the weekend of Russians in 2022. So, weekends on January 1 and 2, Saturday and Sunday, respectively, coinciding with non-working holidays, are postponed to May 3 and 10. New Year’s holidays will last ten days. May holidays in 2022 await Russians from April 30 to May 3 and from May 7 to 10, that is, four days in each time interval.