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The probationary employment period will be no longer than 90 calendar days, for both regular and management positions, and an employer will be allowed to have several people on trial for the same job, but for no longer than one year in all, says the latest draft of Romania's Labor Code. read more...


About 5,500 Romanian miners working at National Lignite Company SNLO and thermal power plants Turceni, Rovinari and Craiova might be put on furlough in the next two years, National Union Bloc (BNS) vice-president Ioan Pisc said Monday, after talks with Labor Minister Ioan Botis. read more...


Romanian Electrica Serv, the maintenance unit of state-run electricity supplier and distributor Electrica, cut some 1,400 jobs since the beginning of the year, a measure included in the company’s restructuring process. read more...


Romania's public sector was reduced by almost 90,000 employees by November 2010 and the Government does not plan to "force layoffs" this year, aiming to lower personnel expenses via voluntary resignation or retirement, said Jeffrey Franks, head of the IMF delegation to Romania. read more...


Unions in Romania’s railway sector threaten to go on full-blown strike early March and triggered a work conflict Tuesday as collective work contracts have expired for all three state-owned railway companies. read more...


The next agreement with the IMF will focus on reforms that would accelerate Romania’s growth potential: special attention will be given to the flexibility of the labour market, EU funds absorption and orienting money towards investments, sources close to negotiations declared for HotNews.ro. read more...


Over half a million unemployed were removed from unemployment statistics in 2010 because they did not renew their job applications with the employment agencies, so they are no longer recorded in the official statistics. read more...


Each Romanian employee in a multinational generated an annual gross profit of 5,898 euros in 2009 to foreign investors, surprisingly nearly 8% higher than that generated by a Western European employee, shows a survey conducted by audit and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Romania. read more...


The rate of new employments in Romanian companies dropped by 75% on the year in 2009, because of the economic crisis, while dismissals septupled, according to a survey by consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers. read more...


Renault Romania group, currently employing 18,500 people domestically, is seeking at least 1,500 college graduates and workers for Mioveni, Titu and Bucharest this year. read more...




The so-called headhunters, firms that "hunt" CEOs for companies, annually place around 200 executives who earn more than 100,000 euros a year. read more...


Only one of the five proposals to modify the Labour Code made by the Foreign Investors Council (CIS) and AmCham has been accepted by the draft variant proposed by trade unions and employers' associations, which means there may not be any significant changes to the current legislation in the final version sent to the Government. read more...


Over 1,000 German and Austrian-held companies present on the Romanian market said they would increase salaries by an average 7.9% this year, show the results of a survey conducted by Austrian executive search company Kienbaum conducted in April-August 2010. read more...


Romanian Labor Minister Ioan Botis said Wednesday after a meeting with International Monetary Fund officials he is confident the IMF and International Labor Organization will accept the ministry’s propositions for the country’s new labor code. read more...


The issue of special pensions, intensely debated in the past few days, brings into the spotlight a dramatic fact for a country like Romania: a quarter of Romanians aged between 45 and 65 are not working. Consolidated data reveal an even more dramatic situation: 40% of people aged between 45 and 65 are unemployed. read more...


European funds for human resources could be the first European money to run out, considering that hundreds of companies and NGOs have signed contracts worth 80% more than the amount allocated until 2013. read more...


The family support benefit will be dropped by year-end for those families whose children get below 8 behavioural mark in school (on a scale from one to 10), according to a Government resolution adopted on Wednesday on an initiative of the minister of labour, social protection and family issues. read more...


The number of Romanians working for Microsoft's subsidiaries in the US, Ireland and Denmark is double the number of employees of the world's biggest software company in Romania. read more...


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. read more...


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. read more...



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