Romania - Collective bargaining back on the agenda - March 31, 2017

Collective agreements will become mandatory in public institutions and private companies, said the minister of public consultation and social dialogue. Collective work agreements were removed in 2011 by the old government. The current law should be amended so that the minimum conditions for employees’ rights can be created. All trade unions have been asking for more bargaining commitment during consultations with the social partners on the proposed amendments of the Social Dialogue Law (L62/2011), which blocks collective bargaining.

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