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Romanian Govt To Cut Aid For Unemployed People Who Turn Down A Job Offer
10.12.2010, 20:10 | HR Careers Education | 482 views



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.

The emergency ordinance approved by the Government on Friday says unemployment aid is denied to anyone declining to take a job suited to their training or education, or declining to participate in the programs offered by employment agencies. The new rule will enter effect on January 1, 2011.

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