The minimum wage changes in 2023
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According to Law No 172/2020 new regulations have emerged.Read article
According to Law No 172/2020 (which applies both to Romanian employers who send their employees to the European Union (EU) and to EU employers who send employees to Romania), new regulations have emerged requiring employers to provide additional information to employees travelling for work outside Romania, who had not previously been obliged to provide:
What is important to note is that all this information must be provided in writing, before the secondment date, in which the employee must also find details from the employment code on the situation in which he must work abroad:
However, there is an exception to this requirement for journeys of less than, or equal to 7 consecutive days. Employees in such a situation should therefore not be informed of:
Law no. 172/2020 also provides for fines for employers who do not fulfill these obligations, ranging from 10,000 to 20,000 lei.