Right to weekly rest day(Book III. Title I. Chapter II. Art. 91) It shall be the duty of everyemployer, whether operating for profit or not, to provide each of his employees a rest period ofnot less than twenty-four (24) consecutive hours after every six (6) consecutive normal workdays.The employer shall determine and schedule the weekly rest day of his employees’ subject tocollective bargaining agreement and to such rules and regulations as the Secretary of Labor andEmployment may provide. However, the employer shall respect the preference of employees asto their weekly rest day when such preference is based on religious grounds.Compensation for rest day, Sunday or holiday work(Book III. Title I. Chapter II. Art. 93)Where an employee is made or permitted to work on his scheduled rest day, he shall be paid anadditional compensation of at least thirty percent (30%) of his regular wage. An employee shallbe entitled to such additional compensation for work performed on Sunday only when it is hisestablished rest day.When the nature of the work of the employee is such that he has no regular workdays and noregular rest days can be scheduled, he shall be paid an additional compensation of at least thirtypercent (30%) of his regular wage for work performed on Sundays and holidays.Work performed on any special holiday shall be paid an additional compensation of at least thirtypercent (30%) of the regular wage of the employee. Where such holiday work falls on theemployee’s scheduled rest day, he shall be entitled to an additional compensation of at least fiftypercent (50%) of his regular wage.Where the collective bargaining agreement or other applicable employment contract stipulatesthe payment of a higher premium pay than that prescribed under this Article, the employer shallpay such higher rate.Right to holiday pay(Book III. Title I. Chapter III. Art. 94)Every worker shall be paid his regular daily wage during regular holidays, except in retail andservice establishments regularly employing less than ten (10) workers;The employer may require an employee to work on any holiday but such employee shall be paida compensation equivalent to twice his regular rate; andAs used in this Article, "holiday" includes: New Year’s Day, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, theninth of April, the first of May, the twelfth of June, the fourth of July, the thirtieth of November,the twenty-fifth and thirtieth of December and the day designated by law for holding a generalelection.