Externalisation des ressources humaines au Malawi

Entouré par la Tanzanie, le Mozambique et l’Afrique du Sud, le Malawi est une économie enclavée qui prospère grâce aux secteurs de l’agriculture, du tabac, de la fabrication et des services. Selon la Banque africaine de développement, la croissance devrait atteindre 6,2% en 2022 avec une légère augmentation du tourisme, de l’agriculture, des exportations, des investissements directs étrangers et des investissements publics dans les infrastructures.

Chez Africa HR Solutions, nos experts sont là pour vous aider à trouver la bonne stratégie d’externalisation de l’emploi lors de votre déménagement au Malawi. En tant que partenaire d’externalisation des ressources humaines au Malawi, nous proposons des solutions complètes liées aux ressources humaines, allant de l’organisation professionnelle des employeurs (PEO), de l’employeur officiel, de la paie et d’autres services auxiliaires, pour vous aider à vous développer dans le pays même si vous ne détenez pas d’entité légale. au Malawi encore.

Country Profile - Malawi

Population: 18.1 mn

Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $11.96 bn

GDP Growth: 3.5%

Inflation: 12.4%

Foreign Direct Investment (% of GDP): 1.4%

Unemployment Rate: 5.4 %

Capital: Lilongwe

Currency: Malawian kwacha

Languages: English


Malawi's Economy

Malawi is relative a peaceful country, landlocked and sharing borders/trade routes with Mozambique, Tanzania, and South Africa. The country relies on agriculture, manufacturing, and service industries. Malawi is a member of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and focuses on trading with other African economies. According to the draft Country Partnership Framework (FY21-25), guided by the government, it focuses on “three areas of bolstering foundations for growth and accountability, promoting private sector-led jobs, and strengthening human capital development, with digital development and women empowerment as cross-cutting themes.”

Interesting Facts About Malawi

Lake Malawi is the third largest lake in Africa

Tobacco is considered as one of the country’s most income-generating local products, representing over 50% of total exports. Other products are tea, cotton, sugar, coffee, peanuts, and wooden products.

Malawi is bordered by 3 countries: Tanzania, Mozambique, and Gambia

Malawi is the continent’s second-largest tea producer after Kenya

Chambo is a delicious tasting fish that is only found in Lake Malawi

Public Holidays in Malawi

New Year’s Day

Independence Day

Good Friday

Easter Monday

May Day (Workers’ Day)

African Union Day

Republic Day

Eid Ul-Fitr

Founder’s Day

Eid Ul-Adha

Farmer’s Day

Christmas Day

Employment in Malawi

Work agreements are made in either oral or written formats in Malawi, though many employees prefer a written agreement that outlines all details about their salary, compensation, leaves, and termination information. At Africa HR Solutions, our dedicated experts ensure your HR outsourcing strategy is aligned with the local labour law and cultural policies. Our objective is also to help you craft an attractive compensation scheme to attract the best talent to your organisation in Malawi.