Hire your remote team in South Sudan

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Hiring a remote team in a country as South Sudan comes with a lot of overhead, such as compliance, local laws, taxes, etc. As a company, you don't want to worry about knowing all the local laws. Instead you want to focus on your remote team and the business. Rivermate's Employer of Record (EOR) solution helps companies hire remote employees in South Sudan. We take care of global payroll, taxes, benefits, compliance and HR activities. So you can focus on growing your business.

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1. Hire a remote team in South Sudan with Rivermate

Payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance can be difficult to manage in South Sudan, particularly if you don't have established local relationships. You can hire employees in South Sudan effectively, conveniently, and in full compliance with all relevant labor laws using Rivermate's global Employer of Record (EOR) solution. We handle the responsibilities and legal risks associated with foreign employment so you can concentrate on growing your company.

2. Introduction

Rivermate is a global employment solutions company that provides Employer of Record services in South Sudan.

As an employer of record, we help you hire employees and run payroll services in South Sudan, allowing you to avoid the necessity of first establishing a branch office or subsidiary in South Sudan.

It is not necessary to establish an entity in order to hire an employee. We can hire your employee in any country with a few mouse clicks. Using our Employer of Record solution, you can have full compliance, benefits, and automated payments.

If you wish to hire a remote team in South Sudan or individually hire remote employees in South Sudan, Rivermate’s global employer of record services will make sure that the process will be as seamless as possible for you.

Send us a message so we can talk about how Rivermate’s Employer of Record South Sudan services can best help your company!

3. Hire a remote team in South Sudan

Sudan's economy has boomed in recent years as a result of increased oil production, high oil prices, and large inflows of foreign direct investment. The majority of citizens rely on agriculture, and the government has limited planning. South Sudan had a 12.01% unemployment rate. The pandemic had a devastating effect on everyone, and South Sudan's economy has since declined. South Sudan is a developing country that is mostly underdeveloped. Despite the fact that there are numerous job opportunities, you should exercise caution before working in South Sudan.

South Sudan has faced many issues in recent years, such as violent crimes, robberies, and other crimes, which is why people are afraid to work here. South Sudan's economy grew at a 9.5% annual rate after a decade of independence in fiscal year 2019/20. However, since the COVID-19 outbreak, global oil prices have been gradually declining and are expected to contract by -4.1%. South Sudan's economy is one of the most oil-dependent in the world.

4. Cost of living in South Sudan

South Sudan's cost of living is $505, which is 1.85 times less expensive than the global average. South Sudan ranked 175th out of 197 countries in terms of cost of living and 195th in terms of quality of life.

South Sudan's average after-tax salary is $304, which is enough to cover living expenses for 0.6 months.

Why is it so expensive to live in South Sudan? Because we have a reference point of a developed country lifestyle, and maintaining such a standard of living in some least developed countries is difficult and expensive. As a result, living costs in South Sudan differ significantly between locals and expats.

5. Cost of renting in South Sudan

South Sudan is ranked 177th out of 197 countries in terms of cost of living and 192nd in terms of quality of life. Individuals visiting South Sudan should make certain that they are well-versed in the local language. Property prices vary by city; sometimes they are high, while other times they are low, depending on a variety of factors.

The allocation of resources in various cities has resulted in varying living costs for living in various cities based on your preferences. Individuals can choose where they want to live based on their preferences and budget. In Sudan, cities are not classified as Tier I, Tier II, or Tier III.

6. Major industries in South Sudan

As the various industries have declined, the South Sudanese finance sector has taken a particularly hard hit, owing to the COVID-19 outbreak. South Sudan's economic growth rate fell between 2015 and 2018. Furthermore, the decline in cash flow has resulted in a decrease in revenue generated by the private sector.

In addition, the population of South Sudan has been growing, causing poverty. With the increase in population, so does the demand for employment. Since the COVID-19 outbreak, the emphasis has been on healthcare services. However, the health-care system is doing everything possible to provide the best possible care to its patients.

The main exports of South Sudan are crude oil and gold. When the country's most valuable exports are added together, they account for up to 98.8% of total exports. Certain factors, such as an increase in export, are expected to boost industry revenue.

The internet has also been a boon to various industries, causing changes in some. Because crude oil and gold are the primary exports, the country's priority is to increase crude oil and gold exports. South Sudan has internet access, which allows them to receive daily updates.

South Sudan, like many other countries, has seen a decline in the retail sector. There are numerous factors that influence the retail sector, and as a result, there have been price and expenditure changes. South Sudan's economic environment is also unstable.

7. Hiring cost in South Sudan

When conducting the recruitment process, employers pay close attention to the cost of hiring. Before hiring new employees, you should consider the following factors:

- Time invested

- Opportunity costs

- Onboarding and training

- Interview and process of hiring

8. Employment laws South Sudan

To work in an organization, candidates must follow certain employment laws in order for the organization to run smoothly. Certain factors, such as work hours, penalties, and so on, differ depending on the industry. Certain factors govern the following aspects of employment:

- Extra work hours

- Anti-discrimination

- Workplace surveillance

- Paid and unpaid leaves

- Termination of employment

The law and regulations which look after the employment relationships in South Sudan are based upon

- Industrial instruments

- The common law

- Social security laws

- Legislation

9. Top skills South Sudan

Companies in South Sudan are eager to hire skilled individuals and professionals who are highly qualified in a variety of fields and soft skills. Individuals can find a variety of job opportunities in a variety of fields.

If you are an employer and are looking to hire in South Sudan, these major skills and areas which have witnessed a recent growth rate:

- Business

- Communication

- Designing

- Languages

10. Economic landscape in South Sudan

South Sudan's economy is expected to contract as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, which has also resulted in increased poverty and food insecurity at the household level. South Sudan's GDP is expected to grow at a rate of 5.33% in the coming years. According to experts in the field, the GDP will rise as a result of certain factors, and the unemployment rate may fall in the coming years.

11. Market size in South Sudan

The pandemic has affected everyone in different ways, with many people losing their jobs and livelihoods. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted a wide range of industries, including oil, oil and non-oil sectors, and many others. However, according to a recent study, industry revenue is expected to rise at a certain rate, particularly in the market's emerging sectors.

12. Minimum wage in South Sudan

Minimum wage standards are often left to collective bargaining agreements between businesses and workers. Employers are required to evaluate these pay standards at least every two years.

13.Why choose Rivermate to hire your remote team in South Sudan?

Establishing an entity in South Sudan to hire a team takes time, money, and effort. The labor law in South Sudan has strong worker employment protection, requiring great attention to details and a thorough awareness of local best practices. Rivermate makes expanding into South Sudan simple and effortless. We can assist you with hiring your preferred talent, managing HR and payroll, and ensuring compliance with local legislation without the hassle of establishing a foreign branch office or subsidiary. Our PEO and Global Employer of Record (EOR) solutions in South Sudan give you peace of mind so you can focus on running your business. Please contact us if you'd like to learn more about how Rivermate can help you hire employees in South Sudan via our Employer of Record (EOR) / PEO solution.

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