Ramadan in UAE: 3-day weekend announced for govt employees during holy month

Workers will certainly function from 9am till 2.30 pm Monday to Thursday.

A three-day weekend break has actually been revealed for public servant in Umm Al Quwain throughout the divine month of Ramadan.

This came as authorities in the Emirate revealed the main functioning hrs throughout the divine month. Workers will certainly function from 9am till 2.30 pm Monday to Thursday.

Friday, Saturday and also Sunday will certainly function as the weekend break throughout Ramadan for public servant in the Emirate. The timings and also the three-day weekend break are based on instructions provided by His Highness Sheikh Saud container Rashid Al Mu’alla, Supreme Council Participant and also Leader of Umm Al Quwain.

Umm Al Quwain, together with the remainder of the Emirates, had actually transitioned right into a much shorter workweek from the start of 2022. Friday half-day, Saturday and also Sunday create the brand-new weekend break in the nation. Sharjah had actually embraced a three-day weekend break.

Authorities had previously revealed the job timings for federal government and also economic sectors in the nation throughout Ramadan.

Federal UAE federal government entities will certainly stay open from 9am till 2.30 pm throughout the divine month, Monday to Thursday. On Fridays, they will certainly stay open from 9am to 12 midday.

The Ministry of Person Resources and also Emiratisation (MoHRE) revealed that job timings would certainly be lowered by 2 hrs daily for economic sector staff members.

Based on huge estimations, April 2 will certainly note the very first day of Ramadan in 2022. The real day will certainly be figured out by the discovery of the crescent moon, on which the Islamic schedule is based. The UAE moon-sighting board will certainly fulfill on Friday, April 1, for this.

Islamic months last either 29 or thirty days, depending upon the discovery of the crescent. This year, Ramadan is anticipated to last thirty days till May 1. This indicates that May 2 is most likely to be the very first day of the Islamic event of Eid Al Fitr.

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