SUDAN - Employer of record

 

✔ We get your team working in Sudan

✔ We handle all your payroll needs

✔ We ensure 100% compliance for your business

Africa HR Solutions takes care of employer of record services to clients that are looking to hire workers and operate payroll without first setting up a branch office or subsidiary in Sudan. Your applicants are hired via Africa HR Solutions Sudan PEO in line with local labor laws and may be on-boarded in days rather than the months it usually requires. The individual is assigned to work on your team, working on your organization’s behalf exactly as if he or she was your worker.

As always, we guarantee 100% compliance for your business in Africa.

Need Employer of Record services in Sudan?

Overview of Sudan

Sudan has experienced protracted social conflict, civil war, and, in July 2011, the loss of three-quarters of its oil production due to the secession of South Sudan. The oil sector had driven much of Sudan’s GDP growth since 1999. For nearly a decade, the economy boomed on the back of rising oil production, high oil prices, and significant inflows of foreign direct investment.

Sudan is attempting to develop non-oil sources of revenues, such as gold mining and agriculture, while carrying out an austerity program to reduce expenditures. The world’s largest exporter of gum Arabic, Sudan produces 75-80% of the world’s total output. Agriculture continues to employ 80% of the work force.

Official public holidays in Sudan
  • Independence Day
  • Ramadan Bairam Holiday
  • Corban Bairam Holiday
  • Islamic New Year
  • Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday
Employment in Sudan

Setting up an employment contract

(1) Any employment contract exceeding three months shall be put in writing by the employer. The contract of employment shall be drawn up in three copies and shall be signed by the two parties who shall keep a copy each, and the third copy shall be kept with the Employment Agency.

(2) The contract drawn up under sub-paragraph 1 shall be valid only after it is read by the worker who shall sign it by writing his name, using his fingerprint or a stamp imprint. A worker may request a witness to read the contract with him and sign it by writing his name, using his fingerprint or a stamp imprint.

(3) In a case of an illiterate worker, the employer shall read the contract with the presence of a witness to be chosen by the worker, provided that the witness is literate.

(4) In the absence of a written contract, the worker may establish his rights by any means of evidence.

(5) In the case of a dispute between an employer and a worker working without a written contract of employment, reference may be made to one or more similar contracts of employment which were drawn up with a number of workers working for the same employer for the same period of time and at the same place.

Types and regulation of contracts of employment

(1) A contract of employment may be drawn up for a limited or unlimited period of time and for a particular job.

(2) A contract of employment for a limited period of time shall not exceed two years and shall not be renewed more than once with the same establishment. The period of renewal shall run consecutively from the period of preceding service. Where the worker continues in service beyond the expiry of the period of renewal, he shall be deemed employed under a contract of indefinite duration.

(3) Any written contract of employment which does not indicate that it is for a definite period of time or for the performance of a specific job or for the replacement of a worker shall be deemed to be for an indefinite period of time.

(4) The probationary period shall not exceed three months, with the exception of the training period. Where a contract of employment is not for a definite period of time and where the probationary period expires without termination of the contract by one of the parties, the contract shall be deemed to be for an indefinite period of time.

How Africa HR Solutions can help you in Sudan

Our employer of record service enables businesses to run payroll in Sudan while Africa HR Solutions takes care of taxation, and compliance management issues are lifted from their shoulders and passed on ours. As an African PEO professional, we manage employment best practices, statutory and local norm, benefits, and employee expenditures, as well as severance and termination if needed. 

Also, we keep you informed of changes to local employment laws in Sudan.

When using our solutions, your new hire is up and ready even earlier, since he goes through a much better hiring transition. You will have peace of mind knowing you have a group of dedicated employment specialists, backed by years of experience, helping with each on-boarding.

Africa HR Solutions lets you focus on running efficiently your core business.

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