Ramadan is here, and organizations all around the world have employees who have started to fast and observe the holy month. As some of your employees begin to fast from sunrise to sunset and take part in spiritual practices, their usual daily routine changes due to disrupted sleeping and meal times. With that said, it’s important to find ways to support them and help keep their motivation levels up during the entire month. Here are a few simple things you can do to support your Muslim employees this month and help them find a balance between their professional duties and religious requirements.
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