Togo HR Outsourcing

Togo is found on Africa’s west coast and is bordered by Ghana, Benin, and Burkina Faso. The country is known to be the world’s 4th largest producer of phosphate. As the economy develops, Togo is activating its National Development Plan (NDP) to transform the country in order to boost growth, social inclusion, create jobs, embed environmental sustainability as well as invest in digital technology.

If your organisation is planning to move or expand in Togo, Africa HR Solutions can help you stay fully compliant with local laws. Our solutions include Professional Employer Organisation (PEO), Employer of Record, payroll solutions, and other HR-related services.

 

Country Profile - Togo

Population: 7.9 mn

Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $7.57 bn

GDP Growth: 4.9%

Inflation: 0.9%

Foreign Direct Investment (% of GDP): 1.9%

Unemployment Rate:1.7 %

Capital: Lomé

Currency: West African CFA franc

Languages: French

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Togo's Economy

Togo is known to be among Africa’s smallest countries. In spite of being the fourth-largest producer of phosphate, Togo is still known to be one of the least developed countries in Africa. The country grows a wide range of cash and subsistence crops namely yams, cassava, corn, beans, rice, millet, sorghum, cotton, coffee, and cocoa.

Interesting Facts About Togo

It is one of the smallest countries in all of Africa

The country is surrounded by rich agricultural land that grows cash crops and subsistence crops

It is the world’s fourth-largest producer of phosphate

The country’s greetings consist of a handshake and verbal “Hello” in French (Bonjour), Ewe (Woezo-lo!), Kabiye (Alafia-we), or another tribal language

A traditional dish is ‘Fufu’, consisting of boiled yams and cassava

Public Holidays in Togo

New Year

Liberation Day

Easter Monday

Independence Day

Labour Day

Whit Monday

Day of the Martyrs

Eid al-Fitr

Assumption of Mary

Eid al-Adha

Anniversary of the failed attack on Lomé

All Saints’ Day

The Prophet’s Birthday

Christmas Day

Employment in Togo

Employment agreements in Togo can be in verbal or written formats, though a written version is preferred. The agreement should outline all information regarding monthly wage, hours of work, benefits, compensation, and termination requirements. Employees are entitled to sick, parental, and vacation leaves. While you establish your office in Togo, Africa HR Solutions remain your go-to HR outsourcing partner who knows the local, cultural differences, and market insights of the country, who can guide your strategic decisions and advise you on the best benefit scheme to attract the brightest talents.