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Saudi Arabia: What will be the duty timing of employees in Ramadan?

Saudi Arabia: What will be the duty timing of employees in Ramadan?
Riyadh: The Saudi Ministry of Human Resources has issued working hours for the private sector during Ramadan.

According to a report of a foreign news agency, the Ministry of Human Resources says that the duty timing of employees in the private sector during the month of Ramadan will be 6 hours.

The Saudi ministry says employees must comply with SOPs during duty hours.

Saudi Arabia: Duty timing set for Ramadan

According to the directive of the Ministry of Human Resources, all employees must take special precautions, avoid shaking hands and ensure social distance.

It may be recalled that earlier the government had fixed 5 hours duty hours in the public sector during Ramadan. Government departments are open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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