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The Official Working Hours for the UAE Private Sector Have Been Announced


For all those working in the UAE's private sector, the official office hours for the Holy Month of Ramadan have been announced.

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has revealed that from Sunday, April 26, the operating hours for those working in the nation's private sector will be reduced by two hours. The shortened working hours are expected to continue throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Public Sector:

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources UAE (FAHR) previously announced that all public sectors will work from 9 AM to 2 PM. In an official tweet, the FAHR added that "Ministries and Federal entities must take into consideration those whose nature of work requires otherwise."

School Timings:

The UAE's Ministry of Education in UAE announced that all educational facilities are to adhere to a reduced study plan, that will see the daily duration of each lesson last 30 minutes. With the total number of classes per week ranging from 15 to 20 classes.

For more information and news about the Holy Month of Ramadan, please click here.

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