Angola: Filing deadline approaches for company employee list

Employers are reminded to submit their annual Angolan Company Employee List (known locally as the RENT) to the Ministry of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security by April 30.
Angola: Filing deadline approaches for company employee list

What does the change mean? The list must detail all employees, regardless of nationality, who are employed by the company as of March 31.

  • Implementation time frame: The filing deadline is April 30.
  • Who is affected: All Angolan companies are required to file a list of employees.
  • Business impact: Companies that fail to file are subject to penalties.
  • Next steps: Employers should plan to submit the list online or manually. BAL can assist in the process.

Background: Employers are reminded that if they fail to file by the deadline, they risk being deemed noncompliant by the Ministry of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security. The RENT can be submitted to the ministry online and must detail all employees of the Angolan company, both local and foreign nationals, as of March 31. A standard template format must be used.

BAL Analysis: Employers should be sure to meet the April 30 deadline to submit their Angolan Company Employee List.

This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice group and our network provider located in Angola. For additional information, please contact your BAL attorney.

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