2019 production calendar

2019 production calendar with holidays and weekendsThe production calendar was approved by the Government of the Russian Federation. It is necessary for an accountant, a human resources specialist, and an entrepreneur who himself is engaged in accounting and reporting.

Let’s consider what the calendar is in 2019 and outline the important nuances of the document.


Production calendar for 2019:

Production calendar for 2019 with holidays and days off, working hours can be downloaded for free here in WORD format

Holidays and weekends calendar for 2019 can be downloaded for free here in WORD or JPG format

Calendar of all holidays and memorable days by months of 2019 can be downloaded for free here in WORD format

Q1 2019

In the first quarter of 2019, there will be only 33 days of rest, both holidays and weekends fall on these days. And the Russians will work for 57 days. All in all, there are 90 days in the quarter.

As you noticed, there are many holidays in the 1st quarter: New Year (January 1), Christmas (January 7), Defender of the Fatherland Day (February 23) and International Women’s Day (March 8).

2019 production calendar with holidays and weekends - 1st quarter

As for the norms of working time, it is different for different hour weeks.

For instance:

  • With a 40 hour work week the norm of the 1st quarter is 454 hours.
  • With a 36 hour week of labor the norm is in the same quarter – 408.4 hours.
  • With a 24-hour week of operation the norm in the 1st quarter is – 271.6 hours.

Noticethat these indicators also include shortened, pre-holiday days, when Russians can work 1 hour less.

Second quarter of 2019

There are also many holidays in the second quarter, these are: Spring and Labor Day (May 1), Victory Day (May 9), Russia Day (June 12).

In total, 32 days are allocated for rest, and 59 days for work out of a total of 91 calendar days.

Production calendar for 2019 with holidays and weekends - 2 quarter

Let’s pay attention to the rate of hourly production.

It will be different for different hourly working weeks:

  • With a 40 hour work week the rate of the 2nd quarter is 469 hours.
  • With a 36 hour week of labor this norm will be – 421.8 hours.
  • With a 24 hour week work rate should be – 280.2 hours.

First half of 2019

Let’s sum up the results of the first half of 2019. In total, there will be 181 days in half a year, of which 65 days are weekends and holidays, and 116 are working days.

Let’s deal with labor standards.

If a citizen did not go to sick leave, did not take time off, then his production rates will be in the first half of the year:

  • 923 hoursif he worked 40 hours a week.
  • 830.2 hoursif he worked 36 hours a week.
  • 551.8 hoursif the work per week was 24 hours.

Noticethat the production rates are calculated with reduced days, which usually “go” before the holidays.

Q3 2019

There are no holidays in the third quarter, and there are no shortened ones either. However, the weekend is estimated to be 26 days.

66 days out of a total of 92 days will be allocated for work.2019 production calendar with holidays and weekends - 3rd quarter

Let’s deal with the norms of hourly production for those who did not go to sick leave, did not take time off and fully worked in the third quarter for the allotted time:

  • At 40 hours the norm will be 528 hours per week.
  • With a 36 hour work week labor time will be – 475.2 hours.
  • With a 24 hour labor week the production rate should be – 316.8 hours.

If the employee went on sick leave, or did not work for some time, then his production rate will be different.

Q4 2019

In the fourth quarter, 27 days are set aside for rest, and 65 days for work out of the total quarterly 92 days.

Holidays in this period – one. It falls on November 4th. There will be no shortened day in front of him, since the day off will be on Monday.

But, note that the shortened day will be December 31 – the time will be reduced by 1 hour.

2019 production calendar with holidays and weekends - 4th quarter

Consider the norms of working hours for different hourly weeks of labor:

  • Workout will be 519 hoursif the employee worked 40 hours a week.
  • The norm should be 467 hoursif the specialist worked 36 hours a week.
  • Time production will be 311 hoursif a citizen worked 24 hours a week.

It should be understood that the rate of production by the hour will not be the same as we indicated if the employee went on vacation, took time off, was on sick leave.

Second half of 2019

Let’s sum up the results of the second half of 2019. In total, it will have 184 calendar days, of which 53 days fall on weekends and holidays, and for work more – 131 days.

Let’s figure out the hourly norms of work.

If a citizen did not go to sick leave, did not take time off, then his production rates will be in the first half of the year:

  • 1047 hoursif he worked 40 hours a week.
  • 942.2 hoursif the employee worked 36 hours a week.
  • 627.8 hoursif the work per week was 24 hours.

Note that the production rates are calculated already with the shortened days that “go” before the holidays. Although there are not many of them in the second half of the year, they should also be taken into account.

Annual Period by Production Calendar 2019

Let’s summarize all the information on the calendar and production rates for the whole year:

  • There are 365 calendar days in a year.
  • On weekends, holidays, 118 days fall.
  • 247 days are allotted to work a year.
  • The production rates for a 40-hour work week for the whole year will be 1970 hours.
  • The work rates for the year with a 36-hour week will be 1772.4 hours.
  • The labor rate for a 24-hour week would be 1179.6 hours.

We have compiled a production calendar especially for you, with all the marks of holidays, weekends and shortened days.

Check out also the 2019 weekend and holiday calendar, as well as the 2019 calendar of all holidays by month

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