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Expatriate Management for Business in Bangladesh

An expatriate is a highly skilled worker with unique expertise who is sent to work in another unit of the same company located in a foreign country, generally on a temporary basis states two categories of expatriates “PCN (Parent country national) whose national origin is same as that of corporate headquarter and TCN (third-country national) Nationals of the country other than MNC‘s (Multinational Corporations) home country and the country of the subsidiary”. The fast growth of internationalization has insisted on globalizing firms to increase the expatriate population. In a survey of 2002, 35% of respondents stated that the expatriates’ population is increasing continuously.

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HR Recruitment & Selection Process

Any company should have a strong belief in the capabilities of human resources which would provide a strong and vital base for higher productivity, growth and success of the business.

People form the major resource of any organization and the best productivity and efficiency arises when there is a right fit for the right job. The recruitment and selection process hence arises as a vital system.

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Workers Overtime Compensation in HR Staffing.

The normal working hours are 08 hours a day and 48 hours a week. The “hours of work” is defined as the time during which the workers are at the disposal of the employer, excluding intervals for rest and meals. Overtime is work performed on any day or week for more than the hours fixed under the BLA 2006, i.e., 8 hours a day and 48 hours a week. The maximum working hours, inclusive of overtime, may not exceed sixty hours in any week and on average fifty-six hours per week in any year. Thus maximum overtime is two hours a day and 12 hours a week. However, the average overtime hours in a year must not exceed 08 hours per week.

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Employment Agreement – HR Annual Leave of Holiday Entitlement

Regulations on annual leave and holidays according to the Bangladesh Labour Act 2006, amended in 2013, the annual leave entitlements vary according to the worker’s age and industry and are capped on a similar basis.  The qualifying period for all workers’ annual leave entitlement is one year of continuous service in an establishment with a minimum of 240 days of service within the previous twelve months. A year’s service is taken to be continuous despite any interruption in service due to any holiday, leave with wages, leave without or without wages due to sickness or accident, maternity leave not exceeding 16 weeks, period of lay-off or legal strike or lock-out.

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Human Capital Resources Management Service.

Types of employment contract and Job classification

All workers shall have equal opportunities of employment irrespective of their age, sex, marital status, family status, disability, race, nationality, or religion. Job seekers are to be treated fairly and equally. Employment should be offered only to the best-qualified applicants with reference to their merits and abilities to meet the requirements of the jobs irrespective of whether they are referrals or direct applicants.

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HR & Payroll Management

We provide hassle-free outsourced HR payroll services for small businesses, medium-sized to large companies.  PayrollBangladesh provides end-to-end HR and payroll outsourcing services that seamlessly integrate to your existing HR and accounting processes.

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