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One of the reasons why the unemployment rate registered in Romania fell to less than 6% in March, reaching the last twelve months' low, might be expansion of informal employment, considering the number of salaried employees has gone down by more than 200,000 people over the past year. read more...


British Ambassador to Bucharest, Martin Harris talks in an interview about Romania and the challenges faced by British investors, what are their expectations. In his opinion, Romania’s work force is well qualified, which is an important advantage for Romania. read more...


Romania's High Court of Justice upheld an appeal filed by the prosecutor general concerning Law 221/2008 on increasing wages in the education sector, so teachers will be paid the difference between salary rights set by the law and the real wages they received until December 31, 2009. read more...


Romania’s Interior Ministry postponed lay offs initially scheduled for April 1st since the institution has the money to pay all employees, the institution’s spokesperson Marius Militaru declared quoted by Romanian news agency Mediafax. According to Military, all employees should know that the ministry has the resources to pay salaries. read more...


Sweden's H&M brought employees from Switzerland, Sweden and Poland in the first two stores it opened in Romania, even though it also sent Romanian employees for training in these countries. read more...


Romanian unemployment rate fell slightly to 6.58% in February, from 6.74% a month earlier, the country’s employment agency ANOFM said Friday. read more...


Welfare recipients, who turn down a job and refuse to take part in professional training classes or other programs designed to stimulate employment, may lose their benefits, according to the draft law on social assistance in Romania. read more...


Employers will have to create files for each of their employees and provide copies of the documents within 15 days of the worker's request, says a draft decision of the Romanian Government regarding the general employee registry. read more...


The employment rate in Romania - the proportion of people who are fit for work to the number of legally-employed workers is 58.6%, which means only 4.5 to 5 million Romanians of the 8 million who are fit for work are legally-employed. read more...


Romania registered the third biggest decrease in the European Union of the number of people employed in the fourth quarter of 2010, according to EU’s statistics office Eurostat. read more...




British-Cypriot professor Christopher Pissarides says unless Romania wants to end up in a similar position to Spain, where youth unemployment is 43%, it needs to make the labour market more flexible by using temporary employment contracts. read more...


Romanian Labor Minister Ioan Botis said Saturday that the five draft laws that make up the Social Dialog Code have been completed and will be sent to the Parliament if the Government does not seek lawmakers' confidence vote to pass them into legislation. read more...


Labour Minister Ioan Botiş yesterday in a press conference of ruling party PDL (Democratic-Liberal Party) presented the favourable opinions he received from certain business owners regarding the new Labour Code, saying he had not received opinions from employees, but that the new Code will lead to the creation of 90,000 jobs. read more...


Romanian Interior Minister Traian Igas said Wednesday only about 9,000 people will be laid off from the ministry this year, denying plans to sack double that number. read more...


The Boc Government has assumed responsibility in front of Parliament on the modifications brought to the Labour Code, a draft that could make the labour market more flexible and lead to the creation of nearly 90,000 jobs, according to estimates of the Foreign Investors Council, the association that put together the draft most of whose provisions are to be found in the document that reached Parliament. read more...


The Romanian Government was due to assume responsibility before Parliament over a series of changes to the Labor Code during a joint session of the two houses on Tuesday. The opposition has announced that once the government assumes responsibility it will submit a censure motion against it. read more...


Romania's Government has approved only eight amendments to the Labor Code out of the 144 proposed by the ruling coalition's MPs, including one that says people who have been collectively laid off will be given preference in case the employer decides to rehire within 45 days. read more...


Romania's Government has decided that collective labor contracts and related documents, whose effects will be limited as of December 31, 2011, may be signed after this date for periods to be set through a special law. read more...


Romania's Government has decided to limit the amount demanded by an employer as compensation for damage caused by an employee during their duties to five times the gross minimum wage. read more...


The government has dropped the rule according to which in local authorities only one can be hired per seven vacancies. The norm has been extended to consider the number of vacant jobs in an entire county, which means that, by cumulating jobs, more people can be hired than before. read more...



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