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.