Labour Inspection says there are 4.6m private employees, Statistics Institute says 3.23m. Who should we believe? -
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Labour Inspection says there are 4.6m private employees, Statistics Institute says 3.23m. Who should we believe?
21.12.2010, 00:09 | HR Careers Education | 723 views

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.

Four institutions subordinated to the Government - the INS, the Finance Ministry, Labour Inspection and the Trade Registry - centralise data on the number of employees in Romania, both in the public sector and in the private sector, but each of them report different data.


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