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Expand your global workforce in CmCameroon









Country Capital



Central African CFA franc (XAF)

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Employer of Record in Cameroon.

G-P provides employer of record services for customers that want to hire employees and run payroll without first establishing a branch office or subsidiary in Cameroon. Your candidate is hired via G-P’ Cameroon PEO in accordance with local labor laws and can be onboarded in days instead of the months it typically takes. The individual is assigned to work on your team, working on your company’s behalf exactly as if he or she were your employee to fulfill your in-country requirements.

12Holidays per year
40hours per weekWorking hours per day or month
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Payroll in Cameroon.

Cameroon is a central African country bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Its official languages are French and English, and the country is known as a difficult country in which to set up a business. Part of the difficulty is setting up your Cameroon payroll while you’re also trying to hire employees, give out compensation and benefits, and establish a subsidiary.

Hiring in CmCameroon.

Hiring employees in Cameroon is arguably the most important part of your expansion. Your employees play a big role in making your new subsidiary successful, and you need to find top talent ready to dive into their new positions. However, recruiting and hiring can be difficult in a foreign country where you have to learn new tax laws, employment compliance regulations, and more.

Compensation & Benefits in Cameroon.

When you think about what you’ve valued throughout your employment, two consistent factors probably rank high — compensation and benefits. Providing a high level of compensation and supplemental benefits can encourage greater retention rates and show employees their value. Meeting Cameroon compensation laws will also help your company stay compliant and avoid costly fines and delays.

FCFA 41,875 per monthMinimum wage per month
18daysAnnual vacation leave (min)

Cameroon Subsidiary.

Planning an expansion to Cameroon is full of excitement and promise for your company. You have the opportunity to hire talented employees, work with foreign companies, and potentially offer new products and services. However, it can feel difficult to focus on the excitement of an expansion when you’re also worried about Cameroon subsidiary laws, learning a new tax code, and staying compliant.

Work visas & permits in CameroonTypes of work visasRequirements to obtain a visaApplication processImportant considerations

Cameroon Visas & Permits.

When you expand to Cameroon or anywhere else in the world, you have a choice — hire local employees or choose foreigners instead. If you decide to bring in foreign talent, you’ll need to know how to get a Cameroon work visa — as well as a work permit and residence permit — for each worker. Unfortunately, many companies like yours don’t have the time to focus on immigration and compliance while handling a large-scale expansion.


THIS CONTENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL OR TAX ADVICE. You should always consult with and rely on your own legal and/or tax advisor(s). G-P does not provide legal or tax advice. The information is general and not tailored to a specific company or workforce and does not reflect G-P’s product delivery in any given jurisdiction. G-P makes no representations or warranties concerning the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of this information and shall have no liability arising out of or in connection with it, including any loss caused by use of, or reliance on, the information.

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