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Rwanda Hiring

Hiring employees in Rwanda is one of the most important tasks of an expansion. You need to find talented candidates ready to help grow your new location and meet Rwanda’s employment compliance laws to continue working without fees or delays. Globalization Partners simplifies the hiring process through Rwanda hiring outsourcing. We can hire the right employees and assign them to work for your company, and we onboard employees in a compliant manner, so you can operate without additional stress or hassles.

How to Hire Employees in Rwanda

You must hire Rwandan employees under a written employment contract in the local language. You can either use a fixed-term or indefinite-term contract, but it should include compensation, benefits, termination requirements, and more. All salary and compensation amounts in both your employment contract and offer letter should be in Rwandan francs instead of foreign currency.

Rwanda’s Employment Compliance Laws

Companies also need to ensure that they meet Rwanda’s employment compliance laws during an employee’s tenure, including working hours. Employees typically work 45 hours a week, and anything beyond that amount of time is considered overtime. You need to provide overtime pay at the government’s rate or according to a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) if applicable.

Although CBAs are not extremely common in Rwanda, you should check to see if your employees are covered by one before drafting an employment contract. CBAs can dictate separate Rwanda employment compliance laws for certain industries or classes of workers, and you will have to follow those regulations to avoid fines, delays, and other issues.

How to Successfully Onboard Employees

You’ll get to choose the best way to onboard employees, but you can take certain steps to make employees more comfortable and confident. Start by going over the employment contract with employees during their first day, and take some time to review other company policies such as dress code, working hours, and similar factors.

We recommend traveling to Rwanda to onboard new employees so that you can show them how important they are to the company. You should also take time to provide any job training that will prepare employees for their new position.

The Benefits of Rwanda Hiring Outsourcing

You have two options related to Rwanda hiring outsourcing — working with a local agency or working with a global PEO. A local agency can help you hire Rwandan employees, but you’ll still be held responsible for all employment compliance laws. A global PEO such as Globalization Partners is the only way to outsource the hiring process along with matters of compliance. We’ll hire the right employees to help grow your company and ensure that you stay compliant throughout hiring, employment, and more.

Work With Globalization Partners Today

It’s our goal at Globalization Partners to make your expansion as quick and easy as possible. If you’re wondering how to hire Rwandan employees and stay compliant at the same time, reach out to our team today to learn more about Rwanda employment compliance and hiring outsourcing.

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