October 2022 – In the era of digitalisation, the labour market is also experiencing continuous transformation. This causes a rethink of traditional labour relations, as well as the adoption of strategies to increase competitiveness and flexibility at work while maintaining a high level of social protection for employees. In order to align the legislative framework in Europe to the new labour market realities, two important directives have been adopted at EU level and gradually transposed to the specifics of local markets.
Below we outline the most important changes incorporated into Romania’s legislative framework, reflecting the transposition of the two above mentioned EU directives.
The overview was put together by Partner Remus Codreanu and Senior Associate Lidia Zarnescu.