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Ramadan work hours for UAE public sector announced

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

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A man prays at the Shaikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi in preparation for Ramadan.
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Abu Dhabi: Working hours for federal government and ministry employees will be from 9am to 2pm during Ramadan, according to the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources.

Private sector working hours are yet to be formally announced, but are expected to be shorter by two hours.

Ramadan is expected to fall on May 17, but an official announcement is expected this week. Parking timings for UAE residents was announced on Sunday, with free parking during the day and paid parking divided up into two time slots.

For business visitors and tourists in the UAE, here are some basic etiquette tips to follow during Ramadan. If you're new to this part of the world or if you'd like to know more about Ramadan, our detailed guide explains it all. 

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There should be equality in ramadan timing and Eid holidays for public and private sector most of private companies make only two holidays on Eid and if it fall on Friday mean u will get only Saturday.

Asad

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