Ramadan work hours for UAE private sector announced

Federal Authority for Government Human Resources announces working hours for private sector

Abu Dhabi: Working hours for the private sector will be reduced by two hours from the company work hours, during the month of Ramadan, according to the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources.

The federal government and ministry employees will be working from 9am to 2pm during Ramadan, and schools will follow a 5 hour school day during the month.

•  Ramadan 2018: 74 sharing fridges registered already
•  Union Coop to reduce prices of 15,000 products ahead of Ramadan
•  Get 50% discount off groceries in UAE during Ramadan

Ramadan is expected to start on May 16 or 17, but an official announcement is expected tonight, Tuesday May 15.

Parking timings for UAE residents was announced on Sunday, with free parking during the day and paid parking divided up into two time slots.


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