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Romania's Labor Ministry has shifted the burden of proof in a work conflict back onto the employer, according to the latest draft of the amended Labor Code, obtained by Mediafax. read more...


The latest debates on the modification of the Labour Code, a bill proposed by the Foreign Investors Council and the Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce, failed again because of trade unionists and because of representatives of employers' associations. read more...


Romania's workers' unions and employers' associations must draft by Friday a joint position on the changes to the Labor Code and the other laws under negotiation, which the prime minister will analyze by January 26 and announce which of their proposals will be taken into account. read more...


Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc decided to invite unions and employers for talks on the new labor code Tuesday afternoon after they demanded the resignation of Labor Minister Ioan Botis. read more...


The Romanian Union of Laid off Military Staff will stage protests in capital Bucharest on January 24 disgruntled that authorities refuse to observe court rulings on recalculated military pensions. read more...


Retailers, employers in the IT and the auto sector have announced they will make at least 8,000 new hirings this year. Whether they open new subsidiaries or develop a new business segment, companies such as Cora, Auchan, H&M, HP, Fujikura Automotive and ING continue investments, having already announced several thousand new jobs across Romania. read more...


Romtelecom, one of the leading communications operators in Romania, is preparing to launch one of the toughest restructuring programmes in recent history, which could leave the operator short of up to 1,400 employees against the end of 2010 considering that the company intends to continue to boost its number of clients. read more...


The unemployment rate fell for the ninth consecutive month in December last year, to 6.87%, corresponding to nearly 630,000 unemployed. read more...


Philippe Lejeune, the Frenchman who has been at the helm of Cora in Romania for ten years, intends to cover all Romanian counties within seven or eight years, which amounts to a radical change of strategy, given that in its over ten years of presence on the Romanian market the retailer has opened only five stores, three in Bucharest, and one in Cluj-Napoca and Baia Mare. read more...


Swedish giant H&M (Hennes & Mauritz), one of the world's biggest clothing retailers, will hire 300 staff by the end of the year, to add to the existing 100-employee team, who largely fill middle-management positions. read more...




Romtelecom will lay off about 1000 to 1400 employees this year to cut costs and increase the efficiency, the operator announced. Romtelecom launched over 20 transformation projects that will take place until 2013 and aim at improving processes, from sales to installation, increasing efficiency in call centers and shops or simplifying the products portfolio. read more...


Romanian unemployment rate fell to 6.87% in December, from 6.95% a month earlier, the country’s employment agency ANOFM said Wednesday. read more...


The Technical Commission within the Ministry of Labour finished on Monday the Employers’ Law whose main consequence is to clear up the social dialogue, only five or six entities out of a total of fourteen remain to take part in national negotiations, declared Ioan Cezar Coraci, chairman of the General Confederation of the Romanian Industrial Employees (UGIR-1903). read more...


Romania’s net average salary in November was at 1,377 lei (EUR1=RON4.2643), up 2.8% from the previous month, due to granting of vacation bonuses an returns from furlough, the country's statistics institute said Tuesday. read more...


Here is how the restructuring was done: the government cut 19,000 positions from the education system and 13,000 from hospitals, but only 9,000 from ministries. The number of civil servants in the Internal Affairs Ministry went up by 1,500, to 149,000. read more...


Romanians who benefit from social aid can get their aid increased 15% if they get a job, according to application norms of a law on guaranteed minimum income, under public debate until January 16. read more...


The wages of the Romanian Government's representatives in the boards of state-owned companies will continue to be capped, at least until new income and expenses budgets are approved, according to a memorandum approved by the Government on Wednesday. read more...


Romanian President Traian Basescu declared on Wednesday in a government meeting that layoffs in the budgetary sector need to continue until there will be 900,000 budgetary in several years. read more...


Romania’s President Traian Basescu called on ministers to set precise deadlines during negotiations with unions on draft laws, including the Labor Code. read more...


Romania's unemployment rate grew slightly to 6.9% in the third quarter of 2010, from 6.8% in the previous quarter, the country’s statistics institute INS said Wednesday. read more...



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