When is labor (labour) day?
Labor Day is celebrated as an annual holiday to commemorate the attainments of workers.
Labor Day is celebrated to encourage workers and their religious work toward the society, as workers play an important role in each and every activity. From small to large activity, workers are required. Employees, managers, etc. all are known as workers in an organization.
In more than 80 countries worldwide, "Labour Day" is synonymous with, or linked with, International Workers' Day, which occurs on May 1st. Labor Day is basically a holiday, which pays tribute to the workers. Each and every person who work in an organization are termed as laborers. The companies, organizations, and any other association or group celebrate this day. Either they are an employee of any company, or a doctor or engineer, it is rejoiced by everyone.
Labor Day is celebrated on different dates, in different countries, for example:
- In United States and Canada, it is annually held on the first Monday of September. It originally gave workers the chance to drive for better working situations or pay.
- New Zealanders have an annual public holiday on the 4th Monday of October as Labor Day.
- In Australia, Labor Day is also known as Eight Hours Day in Tasmania and May Day in the Northern Territory. It recognizes workers’ contributions towards the nation’s economy.