1.6 To what extent are terms and conditions of employment agreed in collective agreements? As a general rule, are negotiations at company or sector level? The recruitment of Romanian employees involves the signing of an individual employment contract and, according to certain factors, a comprehensive employment contract. The individual employment contract is a specially regulated contract that is concluded in writing with each employee. This type of agreement consists of two parts: (1) a mandatory part that contains the rights and obligations expressly defined by the law in force and (2) a treaty part that contains rights and obligations defined by the parties. Although only the content of the first minute of negotiation is mandatory by law, employers should also not ignore the form of the other protocols; These should contain information on: the date of the meeting, the names of the participants, the topic of the meeting (i.e. the negotiation of the use of costs/benefits), the cost-benefit use clauses and the acceptance/rejection of such clauses, the date and time of the next meeting, the signature of all participants. The minutes of negotiation are very important, as they must be part of the file submitted to the labour authorities for the registration of the CBA. The parties may prepare and sign these minutes one day after the meeting; The signing of counterparties and/or bilingual versions is also accepted by the authorities. After the conclusion of the employment contract, all workers (residents, non-residents of the EU or third countries) have the same rights and obligations vis-à-vis the Romanian employer. .

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