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Employment in Romania
Most known for the Transylvania region and the Carpathian Mountains, Romania’s IT market is one of the fastest growing markets in Central and Eastern Europe. This makes the country a great place to expand your business.
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Top Tech Cities in Romania
One of the best tech cities in Europe
Population: 2 million
Companies outsourcing from bucharest: Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, Ericsson, Amazon
Top industries for Native Team building: Gaming, Software Development, Cloud Computing
Popular destinations: Old Town, National Village Museum, Bucharest parks, Carturesti Carusel
Famous for: Palace of the Parliament, Arcul de Triumf, Romanian Athenaeum, its nightlife
THE SILICON VALLEY OF EUROPE
Companies outsourcing from iasi: Continental, Amazon, Accenture
Top industries for Native Team building: Software Development
Popular destinations: TCopou Park, Botanical Garden
Famous for: Palace of Culture, Metropolitan Cathedral, Three Hierarchs Monastery
THE CITY OF “SMART CITIZENS”
Companies outsourcing from cluj-napoca: MCRO, Heraldist & Wondermarks, Endava
Top industries for Native Team building: Development, Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology
Popular destinations: Hoia Forest, Botanical Garden, Central Park
Famous for: Parcul Cetátuia, National Opera House, St. Michael’s Church, music festivals
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Facts about hiring in romania
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Generally, employment contracts in Romania are offered for either definite or indefinite duration and they have to be written in the Romanian language. The definite contracts last for 12 months and they can be extended to 18 months.
As in many other countries, the standard working week consists of 40 working hours a week, 8 hours per day. The working hours may not extend beyond 48 hours.
As required by Romanian law, the employees should get at least 20 working days off per year. They get additional days off for their weddings, a child’s wedding or a death in the family. Moreover, Romania celebrates 11 public holidays when the employees get a day off too.
New Romanian mothers get 126 days of maternity leave with compensation at 85% of their base salary. Fathers can take five days off when they get a newborn, or 15 days if they participate in childcare courses.
All employees are entitled to five sick days with compensation of 75% of their base salary. The maximum sick leave is 183 days.