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Côte d’Ivoire Hiring

Côte d’Ivoire has a large population, making it a good place to expand to if you’re searching for a large employee pool. However, you still have to learn how to hire Côte d’Ivoire employees and find the right candidates who are committed to helping grow your new location. This job is on top of figuring out your payroll, giving out compensation and benefits, and running your company.

Globalization Partners makes it easier to hire talented employees through Côte d’Ivoire hiring outsourcing. We can hire employees on your behalf or onboard your preferred candidates as the Employer of Record. Your employees will have a positive hiring experience as a result, and they can start being productive from the beginning — all without you worrying about compliance.

How to Hire Côte d’Ivoire Employees

Côte d’Ivoire legally requires employers to use an employment contract to hire employees, whether it’s fixed or indefinite. Fixed-term contracts must be in writing and can get renewed without any limit for up to two years. Indefinite-term contracts also must be written in the local language and include everything from statutory benefits to termination requirements. Any contract or offer letter should also include compensation amounts in West African CFA francs.

Côte d’Ivoire Employment Compliance Laws

Once you hire Côte d’Ivoire employees, you need to ensure that all employees either meet or exceed the country’s employment compliance laws. Employees generally work 40 hours over a five-day week for eight-hour days. However, some industries could have separate working hours that you need to follow.

The Ivory Coast recently ratified all core ILO Labor Conventions, giving employees the right to organize, collectively bargain, and strike. Although they could face restrictions and penalties, you should check to see if your industry has a collective bargaining agreement (CBA). CBAs or trade unions could change the Côte d’Ivoire employment compliance laws you have to follow.

Best Ways to Onboard Employees

Companies should onboard employees using a process that best fits their culture and goals. Since Côte d’Ivoire has strict laws related to probation periods, termination, and entitlements, we recommend reviewing these parts of an employment contract while onboarding employees. You should also make sure you provide job training that will make employees more comfortable in their new positions.

Benefit of Côte d’Ivoire Outsourcing Services

Having a local presence in Côte d’Ivoire is an important part of hiring employees and working in the country. Establishing a subsidiary is not only legally required as part of Côte d’Ivoire employment compliance laws, but it can speed up the process by giving you direct interaction with government agencies.

However, establishing a subsidiary takes time and can delay your work by up to a few months. Globalization Partners uses Côte d’Ivoire hiring outsourcing to handle all compliance related to employment, and we can help you start working in a few days. We’ll hire employees who work for you without you having to establish a subsidiary.

Why Globalization Partners?

If you’re ready to expand to the Ivory Coast, we can help. Contact Globalization Partners to learn more about Côte d’Ivoire hiring outsourcing.

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