Dubai government declares Eid al-Fitr 2024 holiday schedule

The recent announcement from the Dubai Government Human Resources Department on the Eid al-Fitr holiday in 1445 AH emphasizes how important the religious and cultural celebration is to the government's day-to-day activities.

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The Department of Dubai Government recognizes and honors the community's religious customs and practices by putting a halt to work in all departments, bodies, and establishments from April 8 to April 15, 2024. The government's determination to give its workers the chance to rejoice and mark Eid al-Fitr with their family and loved ones is reflected in this decision. The government is demonstrating its recognition of the need for rest and renewal for its workforce, as well as the necessity of work-life balance, by granting this time off.

The circular's rules do not apply to organizations that manage facilities, provide public services, or operate on a shift basis. This exemption demonstrates how the government is taking a practical approach to guaranteeing the continuation of critical services over the Christmas season. For the benefit of both locals and visitors, the government guarantees that public services will continue to be available and operable by giving these organizations flexibility in setting their own working hours.

The department reaffirms its loyalty and allegiance to the rulers of the Emirates by extending its sincere congratulations and blessings to the esteemed leadership of the United Arab Emirates, including His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. All members of the Supreme Council of the Federation, the Rulers of the Emirates, and the varied people who live in the Emirates are all recipients of this expression of gratitude and respect.

The department's message of optimism for ongoing success and prosperity is in line with the UAE's strong sense of solidarity and togetherness. The country is dedicated to creating a better future for future generations and expresses gratitude for the bounties bestowed upon it as it celebrates Eid al-Fitr. The Dubai Government Human Resources Department's circular is evidence of the government's commitment to respecting religious and cultural customs while maintaining the smooth operation of public services. It shows a dedication to creating a peaceful, welcoming community where variety is valued and celebrated.

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