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Amended Romanian Labor Code: Rules On Collective Layoffs Do Not Apply To Public Servants
19.01.2011, 19:56 | HR Careers Education | 948 views

The Romanian Labor Code provisions on collective layoffs do not apply to the employees of public institutions or authorities, or to definite-period individual work contracts, according to the latest draft of the amended Code, obtained by Mediafax.

The draft Code put up for public debate in December 2010 repealed article 72 of the current Code, which says "the employer responsible for collective layoffs may not hire new people for those positions for nine months." The new draft amends article 72 to read that the provisions concerning collective layoffs do not apply to public sector employees or to definite-period work contracts, except when these layoffs are carried out before such contracts are due to expire.


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