The Eid al Fitr 2023, is known for being a religious festival of the Islamic tradition. It is characterized by being the celebration of the end of Ramadan and covers the first three days of Shawwal. To start the celebration early in the morning, the united community performs different prayers and celebrates breakfast. This breakfast is the one that will mark the end of the most important month’s fast.
In this article, we are going to show you all the information you need to know about the UAE Eid holidays. By reading this article you will learn everything about this important holiday for the Muslim world. In addition, we are going to show you the latest news about what this celebration for the private sector represents.
1. Do you know what the Eid al Fitr 2023 is about?
Eid al Fitr 2023 is a holiday celebrated in Muslim culture beginning at the end of the holy month of Ramadan. It is estimated that this year the first day of this holiday for most Islamic countries will be Friday, April 21. According to the statement issued by the International Astronomical Center.
All good PEOs should be aware of the day this iconic celebration falls. This is because those days are days off that all workers in the UAE should be aware of. This year is going to have particularity and it is that if the government accepts the dates established by the International Astronomical Center; residents in the UAE will enjoy a four-day weekend.
The holy month of Ramadan in the United Arab Emirates began on March 23. It is important to know that the Islamic months last between 29 and 30 days, everything will depend on when the moon is sighted. This year, Ramadan will last 29 days, according to astronomical calculations. This is information PEOs and EORs need to know.
2. What are the Eid holidays of 2023 that are going to be celebrated and when?
Before knowing how to apply for a job, it is important that you know what are the festivities that are celebrated in the UAE. The most important is the Eid holidays in UAE. This year the residents of this country are expecting a long weekend; which will begin on Thursday, April 20, and end on Sunday, April 23.
All the dates related to the holidays in this nation can change and the Federal Government will give the confirmation a few days before. Fortunately, the cabinet in the UAE published the calendar of public and private sector holidays for the year 2023.
Among the most important, mention should be made of Ramadan 29 to Shawwal 3, Eid al Fitr 2023. Zul Hijjah 9 belonging to Arafah Day is also included. In addition, Zul Hijjah 10 to 12 are included in order to celebrate Eid Al Adha and finally, July 21 will be the official holiday to celebrate the Islamic New Year.
All companies belonging to the private sector must take into account these holidays and the many others that appear on the calendar. Thus, they can grant the corresponding vacations to the employees. There is also the option of hiring a company that provides EOR or PEO services to support you in this process. The best one you can find in the UAE is KinzaHR. If you want to contact us, you just have to call us at +971 43 316 688 or write to email@example.com.