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Días feriados en Estados Unidos

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Esta lista de días feriados y días festivos y días de descanso obligatorio en 2014 para Estados Unidos, fue generada por Q++ Studio,  el software, utilizado por las más conocidas empresas editoras de agendas y calendarios del mundo. Si Usted tiene cualquier pregunta o comentario respecto a la información publicada en este sitio Web, por favor contáctanos.

 
Al pie de esta lista:   Prensa y Actualizaciones    Informaciones Adicionales    Footnotes    Disclaimer
 

April ⇒ Dec. 2014

Holiday Name Observance*
Lun Memorial Day Holiday
Vie Independence Day
Lun Labor Day
* Lun Columbus Day Holiday (widespread in gov. and fin. sectors) Other
* Mar Veterans' Day (widespread in gov. and fin. sectors) Other
Jue Thanksgiving Day
Jue Christmas Day

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Prensa y Actualizaciones

Estas noticias recientes sobre los días feriados en Estados Unidos, son in Ingles. Si tiene cualquiera pregunta sobre estos comentarios, por favor contáctanos.  08 Jan 2013 (U.S. Office of Personnel Management-Washington DC) The US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has announced that there would be no paid public sector holiday for the upcoming second inauguration of President Obama.  29 Aug 2012 (Louisiana's Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness-Baton Rouge) The Commissioner of Administration of the US State of Louisiana, Paul Rainwater, has announced that Louisiana state government offices would remain closed, statewide, on Thursday, August 30, 2012.  09 Aug 2011 (US News and World Report-Washington DC) US Congressman Frank Wolf (Rep. VA) is leading a movement in the US Congress to restore the Washington's Birthday public holiday to its historical fixed date of February 22.  05 Feb 2010 (The San Francisco Chronicle-San Francisco) The governor of the American State of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has gotten the green light, from the San Francisco Superior Court, to cut 2 annual public sector holidays.  04 Dec 2009 (The State Worker-Sacramento) The Assembly Rules Committee of the American State of California has voted to eliminate Lincoln's Birthday and Columbus Day from the lower house's 2010 holiday calendar.  14 Nov 2009 (North County Times-Sacramento) The few American states that currently give more than the nationwide average of 11 paid public sector holidays are considering reducing the number of state public holidays.  02 Aug 2009 (Islamic Society of North America-ISNA) The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) has announced that the holy fasting month of Ramadan will start, in North America, on Saturday, August 22, 2009.  14 Jun 2009 (United Press International-UPI) National Conference of State Legislatures spokeswoman, Meagan Dorsch, has announced that a number of U.S. states are considering eliminating public holidays to help balance their budgets.  27 Mar 2009 (The Washington Post-Washington D.C.) The mayor of the US capital, Washington DC, Adrian M. Fenty, has proposed abandoning the April 16, Emancipation Day municipal public sector holiday.  21 Feb 2009 (Brennan Center for Justice-NYU School of Law) An omnibus bill (the Voting Opportunity and Technology Enhancement Rights Act of 2009) tabled by Representative John Conyers Jr. and 5 co-sponsors would make Election Day a legal public holiday (as described in section 6103 of title 5, United States Code), every even-numbered year, beginning in 2010.  More News Updates For the full version of the summarized news items above, and older news items not displayed above, go to the Estados Unidos public holidays news and updates page, or worldwide public holidays news and updates page, or subscribe to one of our free email newsletters.


Informaciones Adicionales

Estos comentarios, sobre los días feriados en Estados Unidos, son in Ingles. Si tiene cualquiera pregunta sobre estos comentarios, por favor contáctanos.  Private vs. Public Sector Holidays: According to the Society for Human Resource Management, most American businesses observe the six major American public holidays: New Year's, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas, with on average 2 other public holidays. As far as state and local government employees are concerned, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that they get a nationwide average of 11 paid public sector holidays.  Officially, the U.S. has no national public holidays. The president and congress may only declare public holidays for federal employees and for the District of Columbia. Each state decides which public holidays will be observed within its borders. Having said this, one can be fairly certain that very little business will get done on these listed holidays. When a public holiday for a Day of Mourning is declared, it only applies to these same employees. Banks, stores, businesses, state employees, and schools maintain their normal schedules, although they will fly their flags at half mast. Postal workers are federal employees and are closed on federal holidays.  The federal rules that apply to New Year's Day, Independence Day, Veterans' Day, and Christmas are as follows. If the holiday falls on a Saturday, then the preceding Friday is the day off work. If the holiday falls on a Sunday, then the federal holiday is the next Monday. This is only for federal employees. Individual states may do as they please.  Various states have other ways of dealing with these days, some of which are to move fixed-date public holidays to the following Monday, whenever it falls on a Saturday or a Sunday. Some places simply let employees take off a mutually agreed upon day at another time. Each state also may have some other holidays that it celebrates.  If New Year's Day is a Sunday, then most people other than federal employees will be at work on Monday, Jan. 2nd. Many people take the week off between Christmas and New Year's and so need to be back on Jan. 2.  Martin Luther King Day supplanted Lincoln's Birthday which used to be a week before Washington's Birthday. Although still legally called Washington's Birthday, it is usually referred to as Presidents' Day now.  Most people do work on Presidents' Day although many schools have a week off around that time.  Columbus Day and Veterans' Day are also not strictly observed as public holidays.  Easter: Good Friday or Easter Monday are still holidays in several states, although not federally. Many stores that are usually open on Sundays, do not open on Easter Sunday.  The Friday after Thanksgiving is considered to be the biggest shopping day of the year and is a day that most workers not involved in the retail trade have off. This is also the most traveled time of the year for Americans, even more so than Christmas. It is wise to avoid having to travel from Wednesday through Sunday, unless it can't be helped.  Regardless of which days Christmas and New Year's fall on, many businesses tend to have at least limited hours between these holidays.  Muslim Dates and Holidays: On August 6, 2006, the ISNA has agreed to use astronomical calculation to predict the dates when Islamic months begin. A five-year calendar can now be found on their website .  In August of 2005 the United States Congress passed the Energy Policy Act which changes the start dates and the end dates of daylight saving time (DST). When this law goes into effect in 2007, DST will start three weeks earlier on March 11, 2007, and end one week later on November 4, 2007. These dates are referred to in this article as the Extended DST period.  Cesar Chavez's Birthday: The birthday of the civil rights activist, March 31, is observed in California and Texas, and is an optional public holiday in Arizona and Colorado. However, due to Chavez's longstanding and oft re-iterated emphasis on the importance of education, schools are usually not closed on the date of his birthday.


Footnotes
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Acatamiento: Las notas que se incluyen en la columna Observance indican que, en Estados Unidos, el día feriado podría ser regional, no oficial, estar limitado a determinadas religiones o grupos lingüísticos o no comenzar a la medianoche. Para más información, consulte nuestras páginas sobre los calendarios religiosos del mundo.


Disclaimer

Hemos hecho cada esfuerzo de presentar una lista exacta de los días feriados para 2014 en Estados Unidos. Pero no podemos aceptar ninguna responsabilidad de ningún error u omisión en los datos presentados arriba. Usted debería leer todos los comentarios y notas arriba. Además, en muchas partes del mundo, los días feriados están conforme a cambios arbitrarios. Estos cambios de última hora por autoridades locales no pueden ser predichos. Entonces, le recomendamos verificar las fechas antedichas con la embajada o el consulado de Estados Unidos, antes de planear cualquier viaje hasta Estados Unidos.



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