Effective January 1, 2020, the minimum monthly salary for foreign workers in non-graduate roles in Romania will increase to RON 2,230, up 7.2 percent from 2019.
The Romanian government's guidelines on how to implement the equal opportunity law entered into force on May 2. Government Decision no. 262/2019 ("Law 202/2002 Norms") approved the norms for applying the provisions of Law no. 202/2002 on equal opportunity and treatment of women and men.
On April 19, 2019, the Government Emergency Ordinance no. 26/2019 (Ordinance), amending the legislation regarding day laborers and providing additional days off for women undergoing in vitro fertilization, was published in the Official Gazette and entered into force.
Governmental Emergency Ordinance no. 26/2019 entered into force on 23 April 2019 bringing changes to the Romanian Labour Code.
The minimum salary already increased from RON 1,450 to RON 1,800 just in January 2018.
The Romanian Government has adopted an emergency ordinance on 9th of November 2018 which provides for the amendment of the Labour Code.
August 2018 – An organisation should be able to make clear what is permitted as strong management and what is considered as misuse of power and harassment ...
August 2018 – Many companies have business reasons to conduct certain work activities for an uninterrupted period exceeding five days.
The Labour Inspection Authority can interview and/or observe employers at any time during working hours, with or without prior notice.
New legislation in Romania governing internships will come into force on 18 August 2018. Among its provisions, the new law
From 2017, Romanian law empowers labour office inspectors to determine if an activity performed under a "work for hire" contract, i.e., based on a contract other than an employment contract...
May employers in Serbia access their staff's e-mails and what happens if employees in Romania record conversations with their managers or HR professionals?
The regulation of teleworking has been the subject of discussions since 2000, but it was in 2002 that such discussions materialized for the first time through the adoption of the Framework Agreement on Telework...
Draft law regarding teleworking activities is currently in the process of being approved by the Romanian government.
In the light of the new decision of the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights and in the context of the more restrictive new regulations in the field of data protection, imposed by the GDPR...
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By amending the Labour Code in August 2017, via the Emergency Ordinance no. 53/2017, the Government toughened the rules on conclusion and declaration of employment contracts and ...
Which issues would you most highlight to someone new to your country? Romanian labour legislation is primarily designed to protect the rights of the employees, in line with EU law.
The categories of mandatory social contributions set by the Romanian Fiscal Code payable by employers and by employees in different proportions are reduced from six ...
Romania is an attractive destination for foreign direct investors due to reduced tax rates and a highly-skilled and affordable workforce.
Government Emergency Ordinance 53/2017 amending the Labour Code