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postedbyYousef

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The central bank of Kuwait announced to the local banks of Kuwait it’s approval on the new system of working hours, which is from 8am to 3:30pm with no breaks (samta wa7da), and no evening shift. However, the banks are allowed to have some of it’s branches open for an evening shift.

The new working hours will be applied in all of the local banks with no exception.

Yay for those who work at branches, woe for the rest of us.

AlJareeda

Thanks Ansam

 

This entry was posted on Tuesday, April 21st, 2009 at 12:01 am

10 Responses to “New working hours approved by Central Bank”

  1. Salem says:

    I am with the new working hours system! so YAY.

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  2. Bo9ale7 says:

    La yubaaaaa !!! :( allah e3eeena 3ala alza7ma now. all banks with investment companies at the same time !! + im used to the 7:30 now :(

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  3. Ahmad says:

    What was the old timing?

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  4. Delly says:

    agool! mabaghaw?!

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  5. Bo9ale7 says:

    7:30AM – 3:00PM ya3ne im not sure what the point behind the changing. do they want to get the streets more crowded wela sheno ??

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  6. SiLeNTGRL says:

    GoLoOoOoOoLOOlLlLlOoSHSHSHSH
    😀

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  7. Ansam says:

    They are talking about the branches
    not head offices!

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  8. eleventh.st says:

    I think the new working hours are better for bankers, however for people that work during the day, it would make going to the bank more of a hassle.

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  9. Marzouq says:

    This is going to be annoying, I think they should figure out a few different versions which banks can choose from and stick to!

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  10. Rakan says:

    Its 1 shift for branches that are located in neighborhoods and private homes areas. But 2 shifts for branches located in industrial and commercial areas.

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