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Romania’s New Labor Code Takes Effect, Illegal Labor Punishable By Prison
01.05.2011, 14:42 | HR Careers Education | 1087 views



Romania’s new Labor Code, pushed through the Parliament through a vote of confidence early March, takes effect Sunday and employers risk prison sentences for using illegal labor.

The new Labor Code introduces limited period work contracts, increases the probation period for recently hired employees and the notice period for outgoing employees.

According to the new Labor Code, professional performance, and not the employee's social situation, will be the main criterion considered in case of collective layoffs.

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