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deLiliana Savin March 22, 2021

Subsidies, aid and good intentions in the package with bureaucracy, confusion and incompetence of the system

The Romanian state has a lot of concerns to help the private sector, especially through the facilities it offers to companies to stimulate the employment and/or maintenance of employees.

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Travel to Romania for business purpose is exempt from quarantine and isolation measures

June 17, 2020Bianca Druc

The Romanian Government has launched a new phase of relaxation measures related to the current epidemiological context. In this regard, The Decision no. 465 was adopted on the 11th of June 2020, to amend and supplement Annexes 2 and 3 of HG 394/2020 on the Alert State Declaration.

Also, in the Official Journal n. 508 of 15 June 2020 was published the order of the Minister of Health no. 1,080 of 12 June 2020 amending and supplementing Amendment 414/2020 establishing the quarantine measures for persons in an international public health emergency due to COVID-19 infection.

Here’s a summary of the legislative changes, on the conditions of travel and entry into Romania.

 1. Countries to be exempted from quarantine/house isolation.

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“Technical unemployment” – how can we benefit of the new facilities?

March 23, 2020Florina Babau

In the context of the economic crisis caused by the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), many companies are forced to apply cost-cutting measures and to reduce the activity. In this context the Romanian Government adopted on March 21 an Emergency Ordinance (no. 30/2020) to establish some measures in the field of social protection. The decree also brings some additions to the temporary suspension of the individual employment contract, at the initiative of the employer, known in common language as “technical unemployment”.

Technical unemployment existed also until now, being governed by the Labor Code which, in Article 53, contains provisions related to the interruption or reduction of the employer’s activity:

“Article 2 53

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