Ramadan working hours in Qatar announced

Ramadan working hours in Qatar announced

QLNews
By QLNews

Qatar’s Minister of Justice and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs HE Ibrahim bin Ali Al Mohannadi issued a circular specifying the Ramadan working hours for ministries, government agencies, public bodies, and institutions.

The circular stated that during the Holy month of Ramadan, official working hours for civil servants would be five hours a day, from 9am until 2pm.

It added that employees may be permitted to show up late, no later than 10am, provided they complete the official five working hours and that work requirements are met. 

A remote work system will be implemented during the Holy month, allowing a percentage not exceeding 30% of the total number of employees to perform their work tasks remotely.

Priority should be given to Qatari mothers and people with disabilities in a way that does not impact work requirements.

The circular further stated that for the health and education sectors, the Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, each within its jurisdiction, shall determine official working hours and dates in accordance with the nature of work.

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By Molten Metal• 9 Mar 2024 12:22
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