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    Resource Planning: Chinese New Year

    If you have a global workforce, preparing for observed holidays is imperative for resource planning and forecasting deadlines.

    Chinese New Year is one of the world’s most celebrated festivals. A week-long celebration, 2019’s Spring Festival will be observed February 4th to February 10th, and is considered a public holiday in a number of countries and territories.

    Reference our chart below to see which countries observe Chinese New Year and for how many days.

    With operations in over 165 countries, iWorkGlobal’s team of global payroll and compliance experts helps companies manage their workers and offers solutions, such as planning for holidays observed. Through our MyGuides and Holiday Reporting – updated daily – iWorkGlobal’s clients can rely on accurate information for specific countries and territories around the world, making resource planning quick and easy.

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