The UAE reduces the number of working hours during the month of Ramadan 2024 for employees

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) shortens the number of hours that employees are required to work during the month of Ramadan.

The UAE reduces the number of working hours during the month of Ramadan.

Employees in the United Arab Emirates will have fewer hours to work during the month of Ramadan, according to an announcement made by the UAE.

The normal working hours will be two hours shorter than usual during the holy month of Ramadan.

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) announced a reduction in working hours of two hours per day on March 4, 2024. This reduction was implemented for employees working in the private sector in the United Arab Emirates during the month of Ramadan. In its statement, the Ministry of Human Resources and Employment (MoHRE) said that "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."

The UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation reduces working hours during Ramadan.

During the holy month of Ramadan, the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization reduces overtime work.

According to UAE employment legislation and the notification made by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization (MoHRE), you, as an employee, are eligible to have your working hours shortened during the month of Ramadan. This stipulation is based on the provision of legislation that was mentioned before. You have the ability to register a complaint against your employer with the Ministry of Human Resources and Employment (MoHRE) if your employer does not comply with the UAE Employment Law regarding decreased working hours during the holy month of Ramadan on your behalf. The Ministry of Human Resources and Employment may take appropriate action against your employer based on your complaint, if it is judged necessary.

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