UAE announces Ramadan working hours for ministries, federal entities

SourceGulf Insider
SectorEconomy
CountryUAE

UAE announced the working hours for employees in ministries and federal entities during the Holy month of Ramadan.The official working hours will be from 9 am to 2 pm, excluding those whose work requires otherwise.This is in line with the UAE Cabinet’s decision on the regulation of the Federal Labour Law concerning official work hours in Ramadan, UAE news agency WAM reported.Ramadan is expected to start on Monday, 12th or Tuesday, 13th of April, depending on the sighting of the new moon.Comments Read Next2 weeks agoUAE: Revised timings for private schools2 weeks agoKuwait announces change in partial curfew timingsMarch 7, 2021Kuwait announced working hours during partial curfewJanuary 18, 2021UAE requires PCR test for govt employees every 7 daysJanuary 5, 2021UAE requires govt staff to take Covid test every 2 weeksNovember 19, 2020Abu Dhabi to pay full housing allowance of government employeesSeptember 21, 2020UAE: Ajman announces permanent remote working for government staffJuly 19, 2020UAE: 100% of Sharjah Govt Employees Return to Work from TodayApril 25, 2020UAE Reduces Working Hours For All Private Sector EmployeesApril 21, 2020Bahrain: Public Sector Working Hours During Ramadan ...read more...