1. Requirements for Foreign Employees to Work In Romania, citizens of the EU or of the EEA do not need a work and residence permit. Foreign citizens (who are not EU or EEA citizens) must obtain a work permit in order to work in Romania. The work permit is issued by the Romanian Office for […]
According to the provisions of the Law no. 62/2011 regarding the social dialogue, the employers organizations are formed by free association, at sector level, territory or national level, as follows: employers may form an employers’ organization; two or more employers organizations may form an employers federation; two or more employers federations may form an employers’ […]
1. Employee’s Rights The transfer of an undertaking, business or part of a business to a new owner by agreement is subject to the Labor Code and Law no. 67/2006. The legal provisions grant a strong protection for the employees subject to the transfer. The transfer of undertakings cannot be a reason for the individual […]
In Romania, employees and employers organizations are structured as private associations governed by the Law no. 62/2011 regarding the social dialogue. 1. Brief Description of Employers Organizations Every employee has the right granted by the Constitution and by the Romanian Labour Code, to constitute or to become a member of a trade union. In order […]
1. Minimum Requirements As a rule the individual employment contract is an unlimited term contract. Also, the individual employment contract may be fixed term and part time. According to the Romanian Labor Code, any kind of individual employment contract must be concluded in writing, in the Romanian language and on the basis of both parties’ […]
In Romania, the employer has to pay the social security contributions (contributions to the social security system, to the health system, to the unemployment system). The social security contributions are divided between the employee contributions and the employer contributions. Also, the payments made by the employer in consideration of the employment contracts are subject to […]
How to terminate a contract in Romania?
1. Minimum working conditions Employers and employees are free to negotiate the terms and conditions of their employment relationship. However, employees have certain minimum rights granted by the law and the parties negotiation cannot stipulate conditions or rights below the legal minimum provisions. The minimum working conditions and rights are set forth in the Romanian […]