|Tuesday||Jan-01||New Year's Day||01/01/2019|
|Thursday||Apr-18||Holy Thursday||Thursday before Easter Sunday||18/04/2019|
|Friday||Apr-19||Good Friday||Friday before Easter Sunday||19/04/2019|
|Wednesday||May-01||Labour Day||International Workers' Day||01/05/2019|
|Thursday||Aug-15||Assumption Day||Guatemala City||15/08/2019|
|Friday||Nov-01||All Saints Day||01/11/2019|
|Tuesday||Dec-24||Christmas Eve||Afternoon only||24/12/2019|
|Tuesday||Dec-31||New Years Eve||Afternoon only||31/12/2019|
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The daily minimum wage is GTQ 90.16 ($12.18).
Fulltime employment is considered 44 hours weekly, and 8 hours daily. For work during the night, 36 hours weekly and 6 hours daily.
Overtime, also called "extraordinary hours" are paid at 150%.
Employers are required to contribute 3.67% of employees wages. Employees are required to contribute 1.83% of their wages.
Employers contribute 12.67% of employees wages. Employees contribute 4.83% of their wages.
"Incentive Bonus: Annual bonus (bono 14) equal to one months salary, paid in July.
Christmas Bonus: Additional one months salary paid in December. "
Employers are expected to provide notice in accordence with the employees length of employment:
* 0-6 months: 1 week notice
* 6 months - 1 year: 10 days notice
* 1-5 years: 2 weeks notice
* Over 5 years: one months notice
Employees are not required to provide advance notice.
Employees terminated with cause do not receive severance payments. Termination without cause receives one month salary for every year employed.
Employees are entitled to 15 vacation days annually.
Sick leave entitlement is in accordance with length of employment:
* 2-6 months: 1 months salary paid at 50%
* 6-9 months: 2 months salary paid at 50%
* Over 9 months: 3 months salary paid at 50%
Maternity leave is 12 weeks, 30 days before, 54 days after birth (84 days total).
No statutory regulation
No statutory regulation
Salaries are paid semi-monthly.
12% standard rate.
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