Kuwait: Flexible Working Hours Enforced

Kuwait News developments

Kuwait: Flexible Working Hours Enforced

Arab Times, 2 April 2023: The Ministry of Communications in Kuwait has begun implementing its plan of flexible working hours in most government agencies, with working hours starting at 9:45 am and ending at 3:15 pm, except for those working in shifts.

All employees, except for those in shift work, must put in four and a half hours of work.

The decision allows government agencies to choose more than one of the scheduled work times.

The Ministry had previously sought guidance from the Civil Service Commission regarding the adoption of the flexible working hours system during the month of Ramadan.

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Benjamin Filaferro