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Romania’s Government decided Wednesday to unfreeze hiring in local public institutions that face major staff shortages, Government spokeswoman Ioana Muntean said after the Cabinet meeting. read more...


The Government is changing the Labor Code so that Romanians find better paid work more easily, Romanian PM Emil Boc said on Monday. read more...


Romania's Government has decided to forbid collective labor contracts valid until later than December 31, 2011, as per the amended Labor Code, approved on Monday, which will be adopted through a vote of confidence in Parliament on March 8. read more...


Romanian employees who committed disciplinary infractions will be rehabilitated after a period of twelve months, according to an amendment to the Labor Code approved by the Government Monday. read more...


Employers using more than five people without work contracts will be punished by 1-2 years in prison or a criminal fine, will be denied state aid and EU funds and will be forbidden from taking part in public procurement auctions, says the amended Romanian Labor Code. read more...


The Romanian Government on Monday eliminated from the draft Labor Code a provision whereby companies which reduce or temporarily cease their activity may put their employees on unpaid leave, with the prior notice of the local union. read more...


Employers are allowed to have up to three successive employees on limited period work contracts, each no longer than 12 months, unless extended for the duration of project's development with the parties' written consent, says the amended Romanian Labor Code. read more...


Romania’s Government will seek a confidence vote in Parliament to pass new labor legislation next Tuesday, March 8, and amendments to the bill are expected until Friday evening, said Senate vice-president Ioan Chelaru after the Parliament’s standing office meeting. read more...


The Romanian Government on Monday approved the final draft of the Labor Code, for which it plans to seek a confidence vote in Parliament later this week. read more...


Silviu Bian, president of the Romanian National Employment Agency (ANOFM), said Friday that the unemployment rate in the country could drop this year to 5%. read more...




Talks between the Romanian Government and labor unions on the Labor Code have failed, because of the labor minister's inflexibility and the Executive's attempt at manipulation, union leader Bogdan Hossu said Friday, adding that protests will continue. read more...


Four trade unions at Romanian steel processor ArcelorMittal Galati on Friday announced a general strike starting March 10, displeased with the proposed 8% wage hike countering their 18% demand. read more...


Romania’s Government will create a more flexible Labor Code even at the risk of being ousted, Andreea Paul Vass, adviser to Prime Minister Emil Boc, said Thursday. read more...


Collective working contracts will be approved by a special law, Romanian PM Emil Boc has announced. He made the announcement as he holds consultations with parliamentary groups from the governing coalition on Tuesday on the content of the future Labor code and the possibility to adopt the bill by assumption of responsibility before the Parliament. read more...


Romanian ruling coalition leaders propose that the Government should seek lawmakers’ confidence vote to adopt new labor legislation, Prime Minister Emil Boc said Monday, adding the matter will be discussed with ruling parties’ MPs. read more...


Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc said Monday collective work contracts are not repealed through the country’s new Labor Code and will be regulated by a separate law. read more...


Romania’s new Labor Code will create a more flexible labor market and will help Romanians find a job faster, Prime Minister Emil Boc said Sunday. read more...


About 5,500 employees, of the 19,000 ones working with the power stations in Craiova, Rovinari and Turceni (southern Romania) as well as with the National Company of Lignite Oltenia (SNLO) might be on a short-time working scheme in the next two years for 24 months, said Ion Pisc, vice-president of the National Trade Union Bloc, at the end of the meeting with the representatives of the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Protection. read more...


Romanian Cartel Alfa union leader Bogdan Hossu said Friday changes in labor legislation allow a new form of slavery, as employers may operate collective layoffs anytime and hire new people the next day. read more...


Every mention of the single national collective labor contract has been struck from the latest draft of Romania's Labor Code, which will be discussed Friday by Prime Minister Emil Boc, Labor Minister Ioan Botis and the major labor unions. read more...



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