Africa HR Solutions provides PEO services (Professional Employer Organization) for organizations that want to hire expats and local nationals in Ghana. We enable you to run payroll without first establishing a branch office or subsidiary in Ghana. Your workforce is hired according to local labor laws.
As an African PEO expert, Africa HR Solutions manages employment contract best practices and guarantees 100% compliance for your workers in Ghana.
Africa HR Solutions Ltd through its network of local partners is able to offer any contractor a global immigration solution in Ghana; carrying out any business related activities needs in the following documents:
Africa HR Solutions Ltd has become a major player in the African market regarding employment, payroll and compliance. Due to the convergences which are occurring in the industry, Africa HR Solutions Ltd considers this sector as a main priority. We have entities in each African country and wholly owned subsidiaries, joint ventures and strong relationships with several In-country partners.
No matter how many employees you have, Africa HR Solutions Ltd simplifies the human resources, payroll, and administration processes. Starting from Integrated payroll and benefits to administrative support, we take charge of your human resources requirements. The HR environment within businesses is constantly evolving. Every day growing and everyday becoming much more employee-friendly, Africa HR Solutions Ltd provides each employee with access to an online service portal accessible through mobile phone technology and at any time of the day. No matter what your needs are, we provide employers and employees the access they need and when they need it
Three things you need to know about compensation and benefits in Ghana:
Total compensation is important.
Base salary accounts for about 85% of total compensation in Ghana. The rest consists of fixed cash allowances, short-term incentives and in-kind benefits. To ensure you are competitive, be sure to look at your total compensation versus market data.
Over 20% of employers surveyed in Ghana reported some sort of food and beverages, recreation activities and subsidized loans.
Loans typically provide modest amounts for cars, housing or personal reasons, with various limitations on amount, duration and interest rate.
Private medical insurance was reported by 80% of employers.
Of those, 89% covered employees and immediate family members.
Employers must offer competitive total remuneration packages to attract, retain and motivate staff. The only way to ensure your package is competitive is to rely on market data provided by reliable suppliers.
Birches Group offers HR solutions for developing markets throughout the African continent and globally in a total of 155 countries. The company conducts in-depth compensation and benefits surveys that take the pulse of global labour markets.
Surveys are updated three times a year, ensuring results reflect the dynamic pace of market activity in Africa. Birches Group specialists use personal interviews to establish job comparisons, going beyond simple functional and title comparison to include an examination of the structural context. This provides a true assessment of comparability.
The Birches Group survey provides in-depth details about base salary, plus all cash payments and benefits in-kind on offer. It is the only survey that provides this level of granularity with regards to total remuneration.
Unlike other surveys, Birches Group uses a combination of actual incumbent data together with salary structure data to provide a rich and meaningful way to understand market trends. The combination of structural data and incumbent values is referred to as the “Market Footprint.” Reports can be prepared for any job in any African market.
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
8.3% 5-year annual growth
$4,129 per capita
Unemployment Rate: 2.4%
Global Ranking in Economy Progress 2016: 72nd
Accra is Ghana’s capital city; the beating heart of this inspiring country. This stirring city will drive visitors and expats to good shopping outlets, beach bars with an excellent Ghanaian nightlife experience. Accra may not have good city sights but the beauty and the diversity which exists will take you back to Ghana’s history. A memorable souvenir for adventurers.
Ghana cedi (GH₵)
English is the official language of Ghana. It is universally used for education and endorsed purposes in addition to nine other native languages. The most extensively spoken local languages are: Ga, Dagomba, Akan and Ewe.
Hailed for its economic, political and social stability, the Republic of Ghana is the known as the Golden child of Africa. Ghana has made tremendous progress these years, reducing then poverty. The agricultural sector employs around 41% of the locals, contributing then to a major poverty reduction. The industry is the largest source of employment for Ghanaians and is dominated by sharecropper farmers producing food and cash crops. Ghana represents the 92nd largest export economy in the world and the 122nd most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index.
Interesting Fact about Ghana:
It was once known as the gold coast, as the country is the second largest producer of gold in Africa.
Human Resources Management
Payroll Administration and processing
Recruiting and Outplacement support
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Democratic Republic of Congo
Republic of Congo
Sao Tome and Principe
Kevina Takoordyal has a BA Hons Business Management from the University of Glamorgan, UK, with MBA in leadership and Innovation, MBA General, PMP Certified, and Agile Scrum Master. She currently works as the Head of Operations at Africa HR Solutions Ltd with more than 20 years of proven leadership capabilities in Operations, Business Development, People Management, Process Optimization, and Project Management in the Financial Services, BPO, Banking Industry, and Heath Care Industry. In Senior leadership roles with an international footprint across Europe working and extensive Pan- African experience from a compliance, finance, and operations angle, Kevina comes across with a panoply of cross-functional skills. Kevina also serves on a few Boards, Non-Independent Executive at MioD and for NGOs on a voluntary basis, a coach and mentor to aspiring female leaders across Africa and Mauritius.
Kevina is a firm believer in Servant Leadership with a strong focus and commitment to uplifting others, with the ability to deliver through a highly engaged – diverse team, and works towards consistently synergistic value creation. While being a focused and adaptive thinker and Kevina is actively participating in panel discussions on Innovation, CX, Digital transformation.
Kevina serves as Project Assessor for the National Youth upskilling program. She has been recognized as Global Talent in a few companies, Ceridian, and International SOS Ltd whereby she has been awarded a few scholarships and had the opportunity to be mentored by Senior Vice President in the US. Award Winner in various fields and at a national level and recognized including Super Achiever Leader Award in Africa in 2016, Awarded Africa Women Leader 2018.
A qualified lawyer who joined Africa HR Solutions in July 2020, Mark Du Preez has experience working in private practice for a reputable law firm in South Africa. He also played commercially focused roles at a leading private bank, wealth management company, and outsourcing firm in South Africa and Mauritius.
Mark has played a pivotal role in Africa HR Solution’s risk mitigation strategy, which positively impacted P&L performance over the years.
He currently leads the Partnerships function of the company including relationships and oversight with in-country partners (ICPs) across Africa.
Alex has more than 15 years of experience in the global, strategic development of both enterprise and consumer brands in categories including technology, transport, enterprise software, entertainment, and travel.
With experience in roles on both agency and corporate side, he has worked across international brands and has led the development and execution of multi-discipline campaigns across EMEA, NORAM and Asia Pacific.
His focus is on driving meaningful business impact through brand differentiation and building high-functioning, digitally oriented, and analytically driven capabilities. He is motivated by working with, and developing dynamic people, teams, and organizations.
He leads, manages, develops and mentors the Key Account Management department, including line management responsibility for the team of Key Account Managers and Key Account Administrator who represent the Company as the primary communication link between all relevant stakeholders, including clients, third party in-country partners and internal functions.
Originally from Mauritius, he holds bachelor’s degrees in International Business, Finance and Management from the University of Nevada, Reno.