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Unemployment rate, calculated by the international labour office was 6.9% in the third quarter last year, a 0.1% increase compared to the similar period in 2009 when unemployment was 6.8%, Romania’s National Statistics Institute reads. read more...


President Traian Basescu will hold on Tuesday, at 6:30 PM a press conference at the Presidential headquarters, the presidency informs. read more...


Romania's Constitutional Court decided on Tuesday that a recently adopted Education Law was constitutional, thus rejecting claims against its constitutionality submitted by Senate speaker Mircea Geoana and opposition MPs, news agency Agerpres reports. read more...


Romania's Constitutional Court on Tuesday ruled that the education law, adopted through a vote of confidence in the Government, is constitutional and will be sent to the President. read more...


Starting January 1, 2011, traditional employment record books have disappeared and been replaced by electronic databases to which employers have access on the basis of a user and a password. read more...


Romania's Government has approved the national occupational classification structure, applicable as of January 1, 2011, which includes fortune tellers, companions and valets. read more...


Romania had 1.27 million public sector employees in November, more than the cap agreed with the International Monetary Fund, and layoffs will continue next year for the ministries of Administration and Finance, Prime Minister Emil Boc said late Tuesday. read more...


Romania’s Constitutional Court Tuesday postponed for January 4 a ruling on challenges brought to the recently adopted education law for which the Government sought lawmakers' confidence vote in October. read more...


The Romanian Government decided in a meeting Tuesday that work contracts and payrolls will be submitted online starting next year, said Labor Minister Ioan Botis. read more...


Romania’s Interior Ministry says it needs to cut back on staff because Romania has an average 500 police officers, military officers and public servants per 100,000 inhabitants, which is 25% higher than the European Union average. read more...




Wages of temporary employees in Romania have increased by an average 5% this year, with the biggest raises in sectors like IT, administration and banking, according to a survey conducted by staff recruitment firm Trenkwalder. read more...


The latest statistics on the number of employees comes from Labour Inspection Authority, which counted 4.6 million active employment contracts in the first nine months of the year based on data reported only by private employers. As of the same date, the National Statistics Institute (INS) counted only 3.23 million private sector employees. read more...


Nokia and Dacia companies, which generate more than 10% of Romania's exports, have nearly 4,000 temporary employees, with the two companies at the same time being the biggest employers to use the benefits of temporary workforce. read more...


Ireland lost 200 highly qualified IT jobs to Romania due to the deficit of well prepared graduates in the IT sector, Irish Independent reads in its online edition. Intel Ireland was on the short list to obtain a project but was advanced by Romania that put forward a better offer. read more...


At least 100,000 Romanians earn net salaries of more than 1,000 euros per month (4,300 RON), i.e. 2.3% of the 4.3 million salaried employees, according to data centralised by the National House of Pensions and Other Social Security Rights (CNPAS) based on the number of insured at the end of September. read more...


The local subsidiary of American company Dell, the world's no. 3 on the computer market, has reached a few hundred employees in Romania amid the development of the IT services division, with the trend to continue in the coming period, said Dragoş Mateescu, Dell's commercial manager for this region, who is also in charge of the company's local operations. read more...


The total number of Romanian employees has decreased by 645,000 since the beginning of 2009, said the National Statistics Institute (INS). read more...


The number of Romanians who went abroad with labor contracts tripled in 2010 compared to last year, according to recruiting company Thera Group. read more...


Prime Minister Emil Boc said Sunday on ProTV that Romania's public sector will employ fewer than 1.29 million people by the end of the year, with layoffs to continue through next year. read more...


Romania's Government has decided to cut unemployment aid to people who turn down a job, regardless of the distance between their home and the position, or who refuse to take part in a professional training program, as of next year. read more...



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