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Togo Hiring

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Hiring employees is not a task to take lightly. Your employees are the best representation of your company, and you need to have talented team members to succeed. Do you have the time you need to devote to recruiting and hiring Togo employees? If not, you should turn to Globalization Partners and our Togo hiring outsourcing services.

We know how important hiring is for your company, which is why we want to recruit the best and brightest candidates or onboard your preferred individuals. We’ll hire employees for your team and make sure we follow Togo employment compliance laws throughout every step. You can feel confident in passing hiring off to our team so that you can focus on your own.

How to Hire Employees in Togo

Employees in Togo should all have oral or written employment contracts in French, but we recommend a strong written contract. You should incorporate important terms like compensation, benefits, termination terms, working hours, overtime, and similar elements. Use Togo’s currency, West African CFA Francs, for all salary and compensation amounts in your contract.

Togo’s Employment Compliance Laws

Togo employees normally work 40 hours per week. Any working hours over that number are considered overtime — employees may be required to work extra hours if there’s an emergency or exceptional situation. The Collective Interprofessional Agreement sets overtime pay at these rates:

  • 41–48 hours: 20% of the employee’s hourly wage
  • Over 48 hours: 40% of the employee’s hourly wage
  • Sundays and holidays: 65% of an employee’s normal pay

How to Onboard Employees

Onboarding employees is a necessary but complicated task. The process is ultimately left to you, but you should try to include steps that make your new employees comfortable with each other and their new positions. Make sure each employee signs the employment contract and agrees to all the terms. Then, you can provide other important documents, such as a company code of conduct and a dress code sheet.

Training is another important part of the onboarding process. If you’re hiring for extremely technical positions, you may want to provide job training specific to the position. Otherwise, you should provide training about your company instead of the position. If you schedule several new employees to start at the same time, you can hold a meeting for all new hires to meet each other and bond.

Benefits of Choosing Togo Hiring Outsourcing

If you’re overwhelmed by the thought of hiring and onboarding Togo employees, you should work with a global PEO such as Globalization Partners. Togo hiring outsourcing is one of our global expansion services that can help you start working faster. We’ll onboard your employees as though they work for us, but we’ll assign them to work for you. Plus, we’ll take on responsibilities as the Employer of Record and handle all Togo employment compliance laws.

Contact Globalization Partners for More Information

Globalization Partners wants your company to succeed in your expansion to Togo and beyond. Contact us today to learn more about Togo hiring outsourcing and how it can benefit you.

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