Hire your remote team in Sudan

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Hiring a remote team in a country as 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 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 Sudan with Rivermate

Payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance can be difficult to manage in Sudan, particularly if you don't have established local relationships. You can hire employees in 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 Sudan.

As an employer of record, we help you hire employees and run payroll services in Sudan, allowing you to avoid the necessity of first establishing a branch office or subsidiary in 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 Sudan or individually hire remote employees in 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 Sudan services can best help your company!

3. Hire a remote team in Sudan

The effects of the global pandemic are seen in commodity prices, travel, trade, and financial flows, with an estimated 8.4% decline in the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Sudan's economy is expected to remain in recession in 2021, before recovering with modest growth in 2022.

Despite the fact that Covid-19 has had a negative impact on Sudan's economy, many businesses continue to operate smoothly due to the new age of working remotely. Rapid changes are now possible, and the job market has accelerated in light of the current lockdown scenario. As a result, this has proven to be a boon for a variety of markets, including freelancing, entry-level computer engineers, telecommunication, customer service, and many others.

4. Cost of living in Sudan

Sudan's cost of living is $657, which is 1.42 times less expensive than the global average. Sudan ranked 129th out of 197 countries in terms of cost of living and 159th in terms of quality of life.

Sudan's average after-tax salary is $110, which is enough to cover living expenses for 0.2 months.

Why does living in Sudan cost six times the average salary? 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 Sudan differ significantly between locals and expats.

5. Cost of renting in Sudan

The cost of living in a country can vary depending on the city in which one chooses to live. Accommodation can be found at reasonable prices. Still, the size of the housing and the facilities are factors.

The average cost of renting in Sudan can be significantly higher than in India. On average, an apartment with three bedrooms outside of the city center will cost around USD 350.00 per month and an apartment with three bedrooms inside the city center will cost around USD 548.22 per month. It is also heavily influenced by the city you choose to live in and your standard of living.

6. Major industries in Sudan

Agriculture is one of Sudan's most important industries, accounting for nearly 40% of the country's GDP. Cotton, peanuts, gum arabic, and sesame seeds are grown here, and it employs more than 80% of the workforce.

Sudan's industrial sector accounts for 7% of the country's total GDP. Electronics assembly, agricultural processing, furniture, tanning, sugar production, and other industries are rapidly developing. This is likely to result in an increase in employment opportunities for Sudan's working-age population.

Sudan's oil industry is vital, exporting oil to countries such as Japan, China, South Korea, Indonesia, and India.

The mining industry has grown in importance in the Sudanese economy since the introduction of exploitable quantities of petroleum.

On mobile phones, the average download speed in Sudan is 13.96Mbps, and the average upload speed is 7.44Mbps.

The Sudanese government is taking appropriate measures to increase employment opportunities for the working-age population and to implement flexible employment terms.

7. Hiring cost in Sudan

The cost of hiring is yet another factor that employers emphasize when onboarding a candidate, as it has a significant impact on the overall decision. It is heavily influenced by factors such as the cost of living in the city, total expenditure, and the city in which you live. We've listed some of the factors that influence hiring costs below:

- Recruitment cost

- Opportunity cost

- Training cost

- Overall expenses made in the hiring process

8. Employment laws Sudan

The Sudanese government makes regular amendments to employment laws that benefit both employees and employers. Sudan's major employment laws are listed below.

- During the training period, employers should provide apprenticeship contracts to both parties.

- Women are not permitted to work in hazardous occupations such as lifting weights, working underground or underwater, or working in temperatures that exceed normal limits.

- Except for administrative and technical jobs or services related to healthcare, women's working hours are 10 p.m. to 6 p.m.

- Everyone's regular working hours will be 8 hours per day, 48 hours per week, with one hour of paid rest in between.

- Employers should draft a written employment contract that includes all pertinent information about the employee.

- In the case of an illiterate employee, the contract should be read aloud in the presence of a witness chosen by the employee.

- Wages should be paid in cash by employers. Allowances such as food, shelter, and transportation, on the other hand, will be considered wages in kind.

- Maternity leave for four weeks before the due date and four weeks after with full pay.

9. Top skills Sudan

Sudan has a mixed economy and a wide range of employment opportunities for the country's working-age population. We have listed significant occupations and the skill set required to excel in their respective fields below. So, let's get started and take a look.

- Farming: Adaptability, interpersonal skills, tech-savvy, and time-management

- Hospitality: Multi-tasking, teamwork, industry awareness, and communication skills

- Mining: Analytical skills, technical skills, and problem-solving skills

- Management: Organizational skills, mentoring, and interpersonal skills

- Banking: Attention to detail, problem-solving skills, and leadership

10. Economic landscape in Sudan

Along with social and political uncertainties, Sudan's economy has been harmed by the Covid-19 pandemic, which has resulted in social and economic changes. Though it is expected to improve slightly by 2021, movement restrictions continue to exacerbate the economic situation.

11. Market size in Sudan

Sudan has a traditional economy in which agriculture employs 80% of the labor force and accounts for one-third of the GDP. The country's population participates in a variety of jobs based on their skills in sectors such as agriculture, industrial, petroleum, mining, and tourism. Despite the current economic situation, the economy is still doing well thanks to remote working.

12. Minimum wage in Sudan

The current minimum wage in Sudan is 20000 Sudanese pounds ($55) per month.

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

Establishing an entity in Sudan to hire a team takes time, money, and effort. The labor law in Sudan has strong worker employment protection, requiring great attention to details and a thorough awareness of local best practices. Rivermate makes expanding into 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 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 Sudan via our Employer of Record (EOR) / PEO solution.

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