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Sudan has a population of about 44.91 million as of 2021 and occupies the third-largest area and country in the Arab League and Africa. Mining and agriculture are among the economic driving forces in the supply sector and investment and private consumption in the demand sector. The country’s currency is in Sudanese pounds (ج.س.).
1 January- Independence Day
1–2 May- Eid al-Fitr
9–13 July- Eid al-Adha
29–30 July- Islamic New Year
7–8 October- Prophet's Birthday
25 December- Christmas Day
Sudan’s minimum remuneration is the lowest a worker may be lawfully salaried for their work. The minimum income in Sudan is ج.س. 425 monthly.
Payroll in Sudan is done on a monthly basis.
Sudan provides 21 days paid annual leave for employees with one to three years history of consecutive service, 25 days to those with three to 15 years consecutively of service, and 30 days to workers with 15 or more years of working with an employer. The yearly leave may accumulate annually.
Maternity leave is offered in Sudan for 90 salaried days. A worker who experiences a stillborn child or miscarriage is privileged to a six-week maternity leave following the incidence. The salary paid to employees on maternity leave is employer liability.
A male worker is entitled to 14 working days of paternity leave on full pay and is taken within three days following the delivery of the child or promptly after a miscarriage by the legal wife.
Workers in Sudan are entitled to 12 working days of sick leave that is fully salaried per year of consecutive service. Employees must update the employer of the necessity to obtain sick leave and the estimated period of the sick leave immediately after the worker is aware of the inability to work.
The Labour act demands the termination of the contract is done through a notice.
Contract or employment termination notice duration relies on the payment duration of the employee and maybe weekly, daily, monthly, or fortnightly and the length of service. The notice period is typically one month by the party for a worker in progressive service of the employer for a year or more, one week for the worker for a consecutive service of six months and below, and two weeks for those who have worked for an employer for six to 12 months.
An employee in Sudan is entitled to a severance salary after six months of continuous service to an employer. Severance payment is relevant when the worker has been illegally or unfairly dismissed from work by an employer.
The probationary duration in Sudan must not surpass three months.