News Ramadan working hours in UAE announced

Ramadan working hours in UAE announced

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During Ramadan, the working hours for all ministries and federal agencies will be reduced to five hours.

This was announced by the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources on Sunday, April 19.

The office work will start ay 9am until 2pm, except when the nature pf work requires extra hours of operation.

Ramadan in UAE is expected to kick off on April 24.

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