With our Central African Republic Payroll Outsourcing services, your talents are paid on time and without error! Our team at Africa HR Solutions also provides your company with much-needed guidance to ensure that your operations comply with Labor Code and tax policies in the Central African Republic. Over the years, we have played a pivotal role in the expansion of over 400 clients across Africa by providing reliable HR and payroll and cross-border payment outsourcing solutions.
Landlocked in the very center of Africa, the Central African Republic presents a land of untapped opportunity.
Geographic location: Located in Central Africa, this country has many land borders, presenting opportunities to travel and engage with different hubs. Central African Republic is bordered by Chad to the north, Sudan to the northeast, South Sudan to the southeast, the Democratic Republic of Congo to the south, the Republic of the Congo to the southwest, and Cameroon to the west.
Population: The Central African Republic has a population of 4.92 million people.
Economy: While the Central African Republic is among the least developed countries in Africa, it holds great potential and boasts an abundance of mineral resources (particularly diamonds, gold, uranium, iron, copper, and manganese) which generate roughly half of all export revenue. The Central African Republic also has renowned arable lands, with great opportunities for agriculture.
The Central African Republic represents a true opportunity for investors looking to be pioneers of change and growth in this naturally rich territory.
Value-added tax (VAT)
Employees in Central African Republic are generally entitled to 24 days of paid leave.
In Central African Republic, workers are entitled to 5 days of sick leave paid at 100% of their regular wage.
In the Central African Republic, women are entitled to a maximum of 14 weeks of paid maternity leave, with 6 weeks to be taken before birth and the remaining 8 postpartum.
Maternity leave can be extended for an additional 3 weeks in case of an emergency illness caused by pregnancy or birth. However, this must be justified by a medical certificate.
There is no statutory paternity leave in the Central African Republic.
The notice period can vary from 8 days to 3 months depending on the years of service accumulated by the employee.
There is no statutory severance pay in the Central African Republic unless stated otherwise in the contract of employment.
In the last 10 years, the scenario surrounding compliance in African countries has changed dramatically. Africa HR Solutions understands this and has become a major player in the African payroll market.