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Russians are waiting for 8 shortened working weeks in 2020

Russians are waiting for 8 shortened working weeks in 2020
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In 2020, due to the holidays and the postponement of non-working days falling on the weekend, eight shortened working weeks await the Russians. Will have to work less in January, February, March, May, June and November.

The first working week of January will be shortened - only two days will have to be worked - on January 9 and 10. The next shortened week will fall at the end of February - due to the celebration of Defender of the Fatherland Day, the weekend will last one day longer - from February 22 to 24.

Due to International Women's Day, the weekend in the second week of March will last from March 7 to 9. Traditionally, you will have to rest more during the May holidays: due to the postponement of the weekend from Saturday, January 4, and Sunday, January 5, the first working week of May will last only three days: from May 6 to May 8. The Russians will rest from May 1 to 5 due to the celebration of Spring and Labor Day, and then from May 9 to 12 due to the celebration of Victory Day.

In summer, the Russians will have only one shortened week - an additional day off will appear on Friday, June 12 - on the Day of Russia. The final short work week of the year will fall in November - National Unity Day will add a day off on Wednesday, November 4.

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