In the second emirate, some employees will receive their salaries ahead of schedule for Eid Al Fitr.
The choice has been made to permit staff to arrange for their families' requirements during the event.
Government workers will start receiving their paychecks earlier this month, according to Sharjah.
The Central Finance Department in the emirate decided to let the employees take care of their families' requirements before Eid Al Fitr, according to the Arabic news outlet Al Khaleej.
On April 18, the salary will be paid out. The vacation is probably going to take place from Thursday, April 20, to Sunday, April 23.
On Thursday, March 23, the holy month of Ramadan began in the Emirates. Depending on when the moon is visible, the length of an Islamic month is either 29 or 30 days. This year, according to astronomical estimations, Ramadan will span 29 days.
On the first of Shawwal, the month that comes after Ramadan in the Hijri calendar, Eid Al Fitr is observed following the holy month and will usher in the first long weekend of 2023.