We would like to take this opportunity to educate you about Bonifacio Day, a significant holiday celebrated today. This day is observed in honor of the birth of Andres Bonifacio, a national hero who played a crucial role in the Philippine Revolution against Spain.
About Bonifacio Day:
Please note that our offices based in countries that observe this holiday, specifically the Philippines, will be out of office today. We encourage everyone to take a moment to appreciate the historical significance of this day.
Today, we're celebrating Bonifacio Day! 🇵🇭 This special day honors the birth of Andres Bonifacio, a remarkable national hero who was pivotal in the Philippine Revolution against Spain.
Some cool facts about Bonifacio Day:
Just a heads-up: Colleagues in the Philippines are off today in observance of this holiday. Let's take a moment to embrace and appreciate this rich slice of history!
People Team ✨
Today marks Bonifacio Day, honoring Andres Bonifacio, a significant national hero in the Philippines. Bonifacio played a pivotal role in the Philippine Revolution against Spanish colonial rule.
Key points about Andres Bonifacio:
Please be informed that our colleagues in the Philippines are observing this holiday and will be out of the office. We ask everyone to acknowledge and respect the significance of this day.
Bonifacio Day, a public holiday in the Philippines, is coming up in about a week.
Please note that our offices located in Philippines will be closed. We encourage everyone to plan their work schedules and communications accordingly to accommodate this closure.
Should you have any questions or need further clarification, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
Bonifacio Day is a national holiday in the Philippines, celebrated annually on November 30th. It commemorates the birth of Andres Bonifacio, a Filipino national hero who played a significant role in the country's fight for independence from Spain. The Philippines is the only country that observes this holiday and gives time off.
Recognizing diverse holidays like Bonifacio Day in global teams fosters inclusivity and respect for different cultures. It also promotes understanding and appreciation of the rich history and heritage of team members from different backgrounds.