All posts by Jalil

By 13/01/2022

In the Budget Speech 2021/2022, it was announced that there would be a bigger focus to enhancing ICT/BPO sector’s development and resilience. The main objective of this measure is to allow enterprises, both small and medium, to restructure their business model through independent financial services or business review from professional consultants. This scheme is called


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By 07/01/2022

Every business operating in Mauritius should be registered with the Registrar as per the Registration Act 2002. The law states that any person who is carrying out a business in Mauritius or Rodrigues must inform the authorities and register their company. This also applies to foreigners who are looking to start a new business in


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By 03/12/2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way that businesses operate and has caused various long-lasting economic consequences. This ‘new normal’ has forced many businesses in Mauritius to reevaluate their strategy and relearn new skills to readapt to themselves.  The HR has played a pivotal role in ensuring that employees remain productive and motivated while dealing


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By 26/11/2021

The existence of a disciplinary committee is essential as per the Workers’ Rights Act 2019 to help an employee answer to any charge against him or her. The charge might range from a varied list of reasons but they most of the time have to do with alleged misconduct or poor performance. The disciplinary committee


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By 22/11/2021

A fire certificate is a legal requirement that proves that fire safety standards have been adhered to by business owners and is especially important for the following businesses: Storage, use or handling of inflammable gas and hazardous chemicals. Storage, use or handling of inflammable liquid and substances. Any business, foreign or local, operating in Mauritius


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By 20/11/2021

Any corporation, resident and non-resident, is subjected to tax in Mauritius. A resident corporation is subject to tax on its worldwide income while a non-resident corporation is liable to tax on any Mauritius-source income. Corporations are currently liable to a 15% income tax on their net income. Moreover, companies that deal in exportation of goods


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