During the holy month of Ramadan, life in the Gulf and the Middle East witness a significant change. It becomes slow, working hours are reduced, and special laws prohibiting eating and drinking in public areas are applied equally to all people in some countries.
As a kind of courtesy, non-Muslims are supposed to show respect to the Muslim coworkers' feelings by adapting their behavior in public places, including the workplace.
Understanding what to do & what to not do during this holy month will help you support your coworkers by showing respect to their feelings and religious practices.
Here's our guide on how to keep yourself from committing common mistakes as a non-Muslim in Ramadan: