The UAE announces a reduction in working hours in the coming weeks

In the upcoming weeks, the UAE will be announcing a cut in working hours.

Ramadan in the UAE: Described are the reduced work hours, holidays, and free parking throughout this holy month.

Working hours in the Emirates during Ramadan.

There will be a reduction in working hours in the United Arab Emirates in the coming weeks.

During the holy month of Ramadan, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) operates with reduced work hours, holidays, and free parking services.

The month of Ramadan will start on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, according to the Hijri calendar that the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai (IACAD) released.

What are the working hours in the Emirates during the month of Ramadan?

Both employees who are fasting and those who are not fasting are eligible for reduced work hours. Employees are able to participate in the spiritual events and cultural traditions that are taking place during the month. In most cases, the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will declare a reduction in working hours for its public and private sectors. Despite the fact that some jobs necessitate longer hours, the majority of employees in the private sector enjoy a two-hour reduction in the length of the workday. As a result of the frequent early closing of government offices, the working hours of personnel in the public sector are frequently shortened to six hours rather than the customary eight hours.

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