EMPLOYER’S OBLIGATIONS IN THE DOMAIN OF WORK RELATIONS PROVIDED IN SPECIALS LAWS AND THE PROTECTIONS OF EMPLOYEES’ RIGHTS IN ROMANIA I
Gra?ian Urechiatu-Burian ()
Fiat Iustitia, 2016, vol. 10, issue 2, 311-322
In this moment, the labour legislation is one of the most beautiful areas of research. As it is beautiful, as it is rigid, difficult and changeable. In this article, we decided to do a series of analyzes of certain obligations of employers in labour relations matters set forth in special laws. We will have regard to the provisions in various laws (Labour Code, government decisions, ministerial orders and other lesser-known acts). We aimed to analyze those legal rules which stipulates sanctions due to their violation. We try to present as clearly through examples, how employers should comply with those obligations in order not to be sanctioned by the state control agents. In other words, the research will show the correct way in which employers must fulfill their obligations in relation to the control institutions such as Labour Inspection and the county agencies for employment.
Keywords: Employer; employee; work relations; Romanian Labour Inspection; contravention (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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