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Eid Al-Adha Holidays announced for the public sector 2021

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Eid Al-Adha 2021 Holidays were announced by the Ministry of Labor and Social Development for the public sector employees in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The news has been reported on the official Twitter account of the Saudi Press Agency.

Eid Al-Adha Holidays announced for the public sector 2021

  • The Public Sector will be having 11 Days off. This will start from the end of working day (Wednesday) 4th Dhul Hijah 1442H [14th July 2021] until the end of the day (Sunday) 15th Dhul Hijah 1442H [25th July 2021].

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According to labor laws, if the holiday dates fall on an employee’s usual weekend, he or she shall be compensated for the days before or after the holiday, according to a Ministry of Labor and Social Development statement carried by SPA.

Al Arabiya, 2020

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