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Rights and Responsibilities of Employees in Romania

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  • 1. RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF EMPLOYEES IN ROMANIA
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    • Beginning and Termination of Employment
    • Working Hours and Free Time
    • Payment
    • Overall Rights
    • Overall Responsabilities
  • 3. Sounds boring, eh?
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    • Employment is based on a written contract either individual or collective
    • As a general rule, there is no time limit in terms of the contract, but work is nice, so there are exceptions
    • Work experience is only taken into account if a contract exists
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    • In Romania, the minimum age for employment is 16
    • However, one can be employed at 15 with written parental consent
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    • You don’t have to explain your decision
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    • Regular full time workers are bound to work 40 hours a week, 8 hours a day.
    • Holidays (free days) are stated in the law.
    • In case of a 12-hour shift, a 24-hour resting period is compulsory.
    • A person under 18 can only work 30 hours a week, 6 hours a day and they cannot be granted extra hours.
    • The maximum number of extra hours is 120 per year
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    • It must be at least the minimum value decided by the government.
    • The amount of money one receives is confidential
    • One should get paid at least once a month and if the employer fails to do so, the employee can demand compensation
    • Bonuses are given according to work conditions, performance, risk, management
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