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According to astronomical predictions, Ramadan is set to start from March 11, 2024. Image Credit: Supplied

Dubai: The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has announced a reduction of two working hours per day for all employees in the private sector in the UAE during Ramadan.

The Ministry said: “In accordance with the requirements and nature of their work, companies may apply flexible or remote work patterns within the limits of the daily working hours during Ramadan.”

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Earlier today, the UAE government announced the Ramadan working times for public sector employees.

The official working hours for federal government employees during Ramadan will be 9am to 2.30pm, from Monday to Thursday, and from 9am to 12pm, on Fridays of every week.