Eid 2021 Holidays announced for private and public sector employees in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The news has been reported on the official Twitter account of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development.
Eid Holidays announced for private and public sector 2021
- The Public Sector will be having 10 Days off. This will start from the end of (Thursday) 24th Ramdan 1442H [6th May 2021] until (Monday) 5th Shawwal 1442H [17th May 2021].
- The Private Sector holidays begin from the end of (Tuesday) 29th Ramdan 1442H [11th May 2021] for four days.
- Holidays begin at the end of the day’s working hours (Thursday) 24th Ramdan 1442H [6th May 2021].
- Resumes work (Monday) 5th Shawwal 1442H [17th May 2021].
- Holidays begin at the end of the day’s working hours (Tuesday) 29th Ramdan 1442H [11th May 2021].
- 4 Days holidays.
مواعيد إجازة #عيد_الفطر_المبارك. pic.twitter.com/SPgLWPUsP4— وزارة الموارد البشرية والتنمية الاجتماعية (@HRSD_SA) May 4, 2021
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