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UAE Officially Sets Ramadan Timing for Private Sector

MOHRE announced has Ramadan timing for the private sector in the UAE.

The Ministry states that there will be a two-hour reduction in workday length. Employees in the private sector Ramadan Timing will work six hours per day or 36 hours per week during Ramadan rather than eight hours per day or 48 hours per week.

In its statement, the Ministry added that businesses may use flexible or remote work arrangements as long as they adhere to the holy month’s working hour restrictions. Working longer hours will result in compensation for overtime.

The start of Ramadan is anticipated for Thursday, March 23. Eid-ul-Fitr will fall on Friday, April 21, making it a 29-day celebration.

In Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India. It has been projected that it will be impossible to see the Ramadan crescent. As a result, these countries will begin the holy month on Friday, March 24.

Timetables for Ramadan in UAE’s schools and government buildings
All government ministries, federal agencies, and state-owned businesses. had their Ramadan working hours previously publicised by the UAE.

Employees of the aforementioned companies will be working from 9 AM to 2:30 PM on Monday through Thursday and from 9 AM to 12 PM on Friday, according to a statement from the Federal Administration for Government Human Resources (FAHR).

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