It is notable to share that during the Islam holy month of Ramadan, Kuwaiti law does not differentiate between Muslims and non-Muslims on work time or schedule of work. To be specific, Article 64 of the Kuwait Labor Law states 36 working hours a week during Ramadan. This means that the private companies which have a 6-day week have a shift of 6 hours per day while those which have a 5-day week can have just over 7 hours a day. This law is applicable to all expatriates regardless of religion.
Kabayans,please be advised. Maraming Salamat po.
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