UAE Federal Government Declares Eid Al Fitr Holiday

UAE Federal Government Declares Eid Al Fitr Holiday

Abu Dhabi, The Gulf Observer: The UAE Cabinet has officially announced the Eid Al Fitr holiday for the federal government sector, setting the commencement date as Monday, 8th April 2024. The holiday period will span one week, with regular working hours scheduled to resume on Monday, 15th April.

In accordance with this directive, the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has issued a circular to all federal entities, outlining the details of the Eid Al Fitr holiday and providing guidance to ensure compliance across the sector.

The decision to declare the holiday reflects the government’s commitment to recognizing and honoring important cultural and religious observances, fostering a conducive environment for celebration and reflection among government employees.

As preparations for Eid Al Fitr commence, federal government entities are encouraged to make necessary arrangements to accommodate the holiday period, ensuring minimal disruption to essential services and operations.

The announcement of the Eid Al Fitr holiday underscores the UAE’s dedication to promoting work-life balance and prioritizing the well-being of its workforce, while upholding the nation’s rich cultural heritage and traditions.