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Amended Romanian Labor Code: Temps May Be Paid Less Than Permanent Workers
19.01.2011, 18:15 | HR Careers Education | 860 views



Temporary employees may receive a lower salary than a permanent employee on the same position, although not lower than the guaranteed minimum wage, says the latest draft of Romania's amended Labor Code, obtained by Mediafax.

The draft amendment put up for public debate in December 2010 said the salary of a temporary worker may not be lower than that of a permanent employee doing the same or similar work. The latest draft says "the salary earned by a temporary employee is set through direct negotiation" between the two parties.

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