Ajman Declares Official paid Holiday for New Year 2024

The Ajman Human Resources Department has declared Monday, January 1, 2024, as an official holiday for the government sector in the emirate, marking the celebration of the New Year, as Work is set to resume on Tuesday, January 2, 2024.

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Extended Weekend for Private Sector Employees

Earlier, the UAE's Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (Mohre) had already announced a 3-day weekend for private sector employees, aligning with the government's efforts to provide ample time for residents to celebrate and enjoy the festivities surrounding the New Year.

Resumption of Regular Work

After the designated holiday on January 1st, government employees in Ajman will return to their regular work schedules on Tuesday, January 2, 2024, ensuring a smooth transition back to routine operations.

Anticipated public holidays in 2024

According to a recent announcement from the country's Cabinet, residents across the UAE can anticipate at least 13 public holidays in 2024. These holidays encompass various occasions and events, allowing for moments of celebration and reflection. The careful planning of public holidays aims to strike a balance between work and leisure, contributing to the well-being of the nation's workforce.

Potential Extended Weekends

Four out of seven official events have the potential to cause inhabitants to have longer weekends, meaning they can take longer getaways, the largest of which is six days. By carefully planning when people may take off work, the UAE hopes to improve the lives of its citizens and encourage a healthy work-life balance.

Moreover, Ajman's official holiday on January 1, 2024, for the New Year, along with the additional weekends designated by the UAE government, reflects a commitment to promoting leisure, celebration, and well-deserved breaks for the country's workforce.

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