Maundy Thursday celebrates the Last Supper, when Jesus washed his disciples’ feet, to their disquiet — a Christian ceremony known as ‘Maundy’
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It is accepted to be the day when Jesus praised his last Passover with His pupils. Most strikingly, that Passover dinner was when Jesus washed the feet of His disciples in a phenomenal showcase of modesty. He at that point told them to do likewise for one another.
Also,The Department of Labor and Employment has given an advisory on the payment of wages for three back to back days, when Araw ng Kagitingan and Maundy/Holy Thursday (April 9) and Good Friday (April 10) are trailed by an extraordinary non-working day (April 11).
Representatives who might go to take a shot at April 9 are qualified for triple compensation, said the National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) in its online networking webpage.
“On the off chance that you report to work, you are qualified for 300% of your day by day wage rate,” said NWPC in its Facebook page.
“On the off chance that the worker didn’t work, he/she will be paid 200% of his/her pay for that day, subject to the prerequisite that the person was available or on leave with pay on the workday before the beginning of the improved network isolate on [March 17],” read work warning 13, gave by Secretary Silvestre Bello on Monday.
Photo from Facebook Page of National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC)
Based on Proclamation 845 signed by President Rodrigo Duterte in November last year, two regular holidays will fall on April 9: Araw ng Kagitingan and Maundy Thursday.
Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor) commemorates World War II veterans.
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