Even if you are already working, or maybe looking for a part time job in Romania, it is very important that you are aware of the Romanian labor legislation provisions that regulate this type of employment. This will help you understand your rights and obligations while being employed in Romania as an expat.
This article will help you understand what the part-time employment contract involves, and also to know better your rights in the relationship with your employees or the employer, depending on which part you are on.
Any Romanian employer, whether a legal person or even a natural person, can hire full-time or part-time employees.
What does part time employment in Romania mean?
A part-time contract resumes to the number of hours worked, calculated weekly or monthly, being less than the normal number of hours worked by a full-time employee. Part-time employment contracts can be concluded both for an indefinite period, or for a fixed period. The individual part time employment contract is legally regulated in Romania by Art. 103 of the Labor Code.
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