If you are either an EU, EEA or maybe a non-EU citizen, it is important to know that you can work in Romania by concluding an individual employment contract with a Romanian company, on the basis of a work permit or residency permit, depending on your nationality. Even if you are a foreigner, as employee of a Romanian company you will be able to to benefit from the same legal work rights enjoyed by any Romanian employee.
What does a Romanian employment contract involve?
To be able to understand what your rights and obligations are as employee in Romania, you need to know exactly what a Romanian employment contract involves exactly. The employment contract is an agreement under which an individual, called the employee, undertakes to perform work for a company (the employer), who may be organized under the form of natural or legal person, in exchange for a remuneration usually called salary.
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