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Amendment to the Labour Code

As a Romanian law firm dealing with Labour related issues it is interesting to see the amendments to the Labour Code recently introduced by the Government. The Romanian Government last month introduced amendments to the Labour Code. Whilst these changes are not fundamental they do impact on potential employers as well as current [...]

By | September 13th, 2017|Categories: Employment, Romanian Law|Tags: , , |0 Comments

To be or not to be an Employee

Romania being Romania has a different approach to directors of companies and their relationship with such companies.  It is very easy for someone not from Romania to use the word director.  The word director has a different meaning in Romanian commercial parlance.  A director is more akin to a manager.  They do not [...]

Redundancy Revisited

Although Romania is going through a period of economic expansion there are still occasions where for a variety of reasons including economic reasons it is necessary for an employer to make employees redundant. This situation of redundancy is covered in the Romanian Labour Code. According to the Code, an employee maybe dismissed in the case [...]

Residence and Work permits for Non EU Citizens

With the increase of foreigners wishing to come to Romania and Europe to work we are ask regularly as to what is the position for non-EU citizens concerning work permits and residency. The position of the employment of Non-EU employees is governed in Romania by the provisions of EU Directive 2011/98/EU and Romanian government emergency [...]

Airline Liable to Employers for Compensation for Delay

The European Court of Justice is having a larger influence on people’s lives than is popularly realised. As is often the case the Court has made a decision which will have an impact on consumers in Europe and perhaps world-wide and which was not picked up by the majority of the consumer press, rather only [...]

Why a Mandate Contract

Since 1989 Romania has passed from the command economy of socialism to commerce based on the free market and capitalism. Romanian commercial development really started with the passing of the Company Law (Law 30/1990) which enabled the formation of limited liability companies as well as joint stock companies. This was a first step in the [...]

Closer to Europe

Succession The 17th August may not have been a very important day for many people and lawyers in Romania, but it will have had an impact on them. For Romanian family lawyers and those involved with tax planning, succession with cross border aspects have often given rise to complex structures. The law of succession varies [...]

Hiring a Country Representative Made Easy.

Sorry to you all for missing the blog post last week.  The Catholic Easter and the Romanian Orthodox Easter did not coincide and therefore there was the gap.  Anyway a Happy Easter to you all whenever you celebrated it. During the last few months as previously mentioned we have seen an increase in international business activity [...]

By | April 13th, 2015|Categories: Employment, Romanian Business|0 Comments

Amendments to Romanian Employment Law

One of the biggest complaints about Romania which we Romanian lawyers hear from clients concerns the constant changing of legislation.  This is not only applicable in the field of taxation and finance but also in other areas which affect business.  True to form a new law has been issued amending the Labour Code. The Romanian [...]

A Pregnant Pause

One of the more common areas of Romanian law which a Romanian law firm is asked about is in relation to Romanian employment matters, and particularly concerning the temporary suspension of Romanian employment contracts. Perhaps the most common question of all relates to pregnant women and their position in the Romanian company both before the birth [...]

By | May 27th, 2014|Categories: All posts, Employment, Romanian Law|0 Comments