Working conditions

Social security, management culture and holidays

 The Ministry of Labor, Family and Equal Opportunities has an important role in coordinating the institutions in charge with social security systems for employees and the self-employed who move within the European Community, as well as for their family members.

It also plays an important role in defining policies, adopting legislation, and managing an important share of the social security system.

Social security for unemployment, illness, maternity, disability

The following institutions are involved in the enforcement of social security laws and regulations in Romania:

Management culture in Romania

Hours of work and Holidays

Full-time working hours are eight hours per day and 40 hours per week. Working time may not exceed 48 hours per week, including overtime. Working hours for people aged 18 and under are limited to six hours per day and 30 hours per week.

Vacation, according to the general legal work contract valid in Romania, is a minimum of 21 days per year. Private sector employees are entitled to paid non-working days for exceptional family events or other situations as follows:

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