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HR Outsourcing Solutions in Algeria

Considered a regional force in Northern Africa, Algeria paves the way to significant business opportunities and many corporates, both mid-size and multinationals, are capitalising on the chance to grow there. If your company is planning a move to Algeria and is not familiar with the local laws, customs, processes, language or employment procedures, our dedicated team at Africa HR Solutions provides the Algeria outsourcing support you need to facilitate your expansion in an efficient manner.

We provide comprehensive and customised HR outsourcing support, including services such as Professional Employer Organisation (PEO), Employer of Record, end-to-end payroll solutions and a range of value adding ancillary support services to help you grow your footprint in the Algerian economy, regardless of whether or not your organisation has an established Algerian legal entity.

Country Profile - Algeria

Population: 44 million

Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $166.99 bn

GDP Growth (April 2021): 2.9%

Inflation (April 2021): 4.9%

Foreign Direct Investment (% of GDP): 0.8%

Unemployment Rate: 12.1%

Capital: Algiers

Currency: Algerian Dinar

Languages: Arabic



Interesting facts about Algeria

Algeria is the largest country in Africa and the 10th largest in the world.
The capital city, Algiers, has the largest population in the country.
Only 12% of Algeria is inhabited, the rest of the country is largely covered by the Sahara Desert.
Algeria has the highest cost of living among all African countries.
In the 2020 Ease of Doing Business index, Algeria was ranked 157th in the world.
A significant amount of Algeria’s revenue stems from its exportation of hydrocarbons. Algeria is known to be the 6th largest exporter of natural gas and has the 10th largest natural gas reserves across the world.
There are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Algeria.
Algeria’s national dish is considered to be couscous, which is usually served with chicken, lamb, or cooked vegetables.

Public Holidays

New Year
Berber New Year
May Day
Eid ul-Fitr
Independence Day
Eid ul-Adha
The Prophet’s Birthday (Tentative Date)
Anniversary of the Revolution

Employment in Algeria

The Algerian economy is represented by a concentration of the workforce in secondary and tertiary sectors, despite a large part of the industrial sector being dependent on oil and gas resources. Algeria is a member of the OPEC (The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) and its economy relies heavily on hydrocarbon production and trade. The oil and gas industry does not employ a significant workforce, which explains why the majority of the working population operate in the services sector, which in turn contributes to diversifying the economy.

Employees in Algeria are entitled to vacation, sick and parental leave. From a termination perspective, they are generally entitled to 5 days’ notice per year with a maximum limit of 30 days. Taxation rates vary – individuals are taxed between 0% and 35% on their income based on their revenue, whereas for corporates the taxation rate differs depending on the industry type, but up to a maximum limit of 26%.

When recruiting locals or hiring expats in Algeria, corporate benefits are usually scrutinised by prospective candidates as part of the employment package being offered. Working alongside an experienced partner such as Africa HR Solutions will allow you to devise an appropriate and competitive benefit scheme, whilst taking into consideration the country’s regulations and customary procedures.

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