Citibank’s Work Week in the United Arab Emirates has Changed to Monday through Saturday, with Sundays Off

Citibank’s Work Week in the United Arab Emirates has Changed to Monday through Saturday, with Sundays Off



Global banks are aligning themselves with the new economy, which will acknowledge Sunday as a global day of rest. In the United Arab Emirates, JP Morgan Chase, Citibank and other large financial institutions are transitioning to a Monday through Friday work week, rather than the present Sunday through Thursday schedule. Citibank, on the other hand, has gone a step farther by keeping its doors open every day except Sunday. Citibank has taken the following decision, according to an internal memo which says: “Citibank branches in the Sunni Muslim-ruled country will be open Monday through Saturday and remain closed on Sunday.”

This is a significant shift for a Muslim country in which a major international bank will be open every day except Sunday. Pope Francis is the architect of this global plan to change the world by establishing a universal day of rest. He has been exerting pressure on our worldwide financial institutions for years to enact major economic changes that are in accordance with Vatican policies that call for work-free Sunday rest. What we are witnessing in the United Arab Emirates is far more than simply avoiding work on Sundays. This is another subtle step to prepare the globe for a uniform day of worship during the mark of the beast crisis. #sda #adventist #adventista

Click to read the full story: http://adventmessenger.org/citibanks-work-week-in-the-united-arab-emirates-has-changed-to-monday-through-saturday-with-sundays-off/

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