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Hiring in MlMali.

Population

21,359,722

Languages

1.

Bambara

2.

Bobo

3.

Bozo

Country Capital

Bamako

Currency

West African CFA franc (XOF)

Recruiting and hiring employees in Mali are the most important parts of your expansion. You’ll need talented employees to ensure you’re staying compliant and working hard in a new country. However, not all companies taking on a new expansion have time to focus on recruiting and onboarding while dealing with other essential tasks.

G-P will help you hire all the employees you need for your expansion quickly and productively. Instead of setting up your own subsidiary to hire employees, we’ll hire staff members for you through our entity. Your employees will all have a positive hiring experience, and they can start working for you from the beginning. Learn more about Mali hiring outsourcing with us below.

Recruiting in Mali

Without the right recruiting strategy, you could lose out on hiring top talent, which can also impact your business. First, you need to know where to advertise your open positions for the best success. Some of the top online job sites include:

  • Careers in Africa
  • Indeed Mali
  • Glassdoor
  • Careermine

The country has a high unemployment rate, which should make it easier to staff your business with local individuals. However, there are other recruitment channels if you’d like to focus on staffing with expats. Career Jet, Mali Pages, and Agence Nationale Pour L’Emploi are all places to advertise positions to nonresidents. LinkedIn is also an option if you want to build contacts in your field.

Laws Against Discrimination in Mali

The recruiting process includes more than just determining the best way to advertise positions. You must follow the country’s laws and regulations related to recruiting and hiring or face fines, delays, or legal issues. If there aren’t well-developed laws in certain areas, you should institute your company’s own policies to create a safe workplace for everyone.

For example, no laws prohibit sexual harassment or provide the same legal status and rights to women as to men. Currently, the Ministry for the Promotion of Women, the Family, and Children is responsible for ensuring the legal rights of women. Still, you should institute your own policies to ensure equal treatment for both male and female employees.

The constitution also does not have any laws protecting the rights of people with physical, sensory, intellectual, or mental disabilities. These protections should be part of your company’s comprehensive employment guidelines.

How to Hire Employees in Mali

Hiring Mali employees must include an employment contract. The country allows fixed- and indefinite-term contracts that you can choose based on your employment needs. However, all contracts should include typical terms — such as salary, benefits, working hours, termination requirements, and more — in French. Make sure your offer letters and contracts all have salary and compensation amounts listed in West African CFA francs to avoid any confusion among you and your employees.

Mali Employment Laws

From the time you start recruiting to the end of an employee’s career with your company, you must follow Mali’s employment compliance laws. For example, certain industries have different hours of work. The agricultural sector has a limit of 2,352 hours a year, and weekly hours depend on the seasons, including the hot, rainy, and cold season.

Other businesses with 40-hour weeks have to choose one of the following models:

  • A cyclical schedule with possible monthly alternating of weeks more and less than 40 hours
  • Shift work with a succession of work teams
  • Individualized schedules for greater flexibility
  • Part-time work with no lower limit
  • Job sharing to divide a full-time position into two part-time jobs

Onboarding in Mali

Onboarding your new team members is the next step after you hire Mali employees. You can use any onboarding process that works well for your country, but we recommend starting with reviewing the employment contract. Doing so will ensure you create a clear agreement with employees and avoid any costly litigation down the road.

Next, you should enroll employees in a training program related to their position and your company. While it may be a third-party program, you can still include a short section about working in your company. As employees complete their training, create opportunities and events for new hires to meet each other and bond.

Benefits of Hiring Outsourcing in Mali

Hiring is extremely important to the health of your company, but can you give this task the attention it needs when you’re also handling payroll, benefits, and creating a subsidiary? G-P will give your team the attention it deserves through Mali hiring outsourcing. We’ll meet Mali’s employment compliance laws on your behalf and help you start working immediately instead of waiting to set up a subsidiary.

Work With G-P To Expand Globally

You won’t have to worry about your expansion when you choose G-P. Contact us today for more information about Mali hiring outsourcing.

Disclaimer

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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