In Morocco, professional recruitment agency fees range from 22-27% of the first-year annual base salary of a recruited employee. Recruitment agencies also require an upfront retainer and payment in advance installments of the agency fee based on milestones such as start of recruitment, presentation of candidates, and scheduling interviews with a candidate shortlist.
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Notice periods under Moroccan law are dependent on an employee’s tenure, i.e., how long they’ve worked with the employer.Notice periods for executive staff1 month: up to 1 year of employment2 months: 1 – 5 years of employment3 months: More than 5 years of employmentNotice periods for non-executive staff8 days: Up to a year of employment1 month: 1 – 5 years of employment2 months: 5+ years of employment
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