Delegation is the temporary exercise by the worker, on the instructions of the employer, of work or tasks similar to his usual tasks. A delegation may be conducted for a maximum of 60 days and extended by a maximum of 60 days with the agreement of the worker. A posted worker is entitled to payment of transport and accommodation costs as well as to a delegation service, in accordance with the legal provisions or the collective agreement in force. A worker may refuse the posting ordered by his employer only in exceptional cases and for duly justified personal reasons. A posted worker is entitled to payment of transport and accommodation costs as well as to a delegation service, in accordance with the conditions laid down by the law or collective agreement in force. Posting is an act by which the employer transmits the temporary change of employment to another employer in order to regenerate certain work in his interest. Exceptionally, the nature of the work may be changed during the posting, but only with the written consent of the worker. The secondment may take place for a maximum period of one year. Exceptionally, the duration of the posting may be extended every six months, with the agreement of both parties, for objective reasons requiring the presence of the worker with the employer to whom the posting has been addressed. Переводите текст из любого прилоєния веб-сайта одним щелчком мыши Espressioni brevi frequenti: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200, Altro Given the increasing volatility of the working population in the European Union and the growing interest of foreign companies in launching different projects in Romania, our specialists believe that it is relevant to offer basic information on delegation/secondment and cross-border posting in our country.
. The sending employer must take all necessary measures to ensure that the employer to whom the posting relates fully and in good time all its obligations towards the posted worker. Cross-border posting is governed by Directive 96/71/EC and has been implemented in Romania by Law No 344/2006 and Government Decision No 104/2007, which only concern the posting of citizens of other EU countries to Romania. The posting of employers from Romania to other EU countries is currently not subject to any specific regulations. In these circumstances, cross-border posting is interpreted and applied differently by employers. . . .