Romania is a southeastern European country with a population of just under 20 million and the sixth most populous nation in the European Union. Romania’s fast-growing economy and strategic location make it an attractive place to do business.Romania also has one of the lowest costs of living in the EU. Employees in Romania can take advantage of low-cost goods as well as affordable rents. With a growing tech sector, Romania is an attractive option for many digital nomads and remote workers.Residents of Romania can also enjoy the rich natural beauty of the region’s beautiful mountains, rivers, and Black Sea coastline.
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Romania has established itself as a rising star in the world of tech talent. With a rich pool of skilled software developers, engineers, and IT specialists, the country is becoming increasingly attractive to both startups and established tech giants. Romanian universities excel in producing graduates well-versed in computer science and engineering, while the country's favorable business environment and competitive labor costs have spurred further growth in the tech sector. Cities like Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca have witnessed a surge in tech innovation, fostering a vibrant ecosystem of startups and IT companies. Romanian tech talent is known for its proficiency and adaptability, making it a valuable asset in the global tech landscape.
Looking to employ workers in Romania? Companies hiring in Romania must either own a legal entity in the country or work with a global employment solutions provider, usually one that provides employer of record services.
Outstaffer can employ your team in Romania on your behalf through our local legal entity in the country and handle payroll, benefits, taxes, and compliance for your Romanian team. You can also pay contractors now in Romania with Outstaffer.
Looking to employ workers in Australia? Companies hiring in Australia must either own a legal entity in the country or work with a global employment solutions provider, usually one that provides employer of record services.
Outstaffer makes it easy for companies of all sizes to employ workers in Australia using our employer of record solution. We can help employ your Australian team using our local Australian entity, as well as handle your payroll, benefits, taxes, and local legal compliance.
To employ in Romania, companies must own a local legal entity or work with a global partner. Managing the tricky tasks related to HR and compliance in Romania can get complicated fast, especially if you try to keep this internal without any established local relationships.
Common questions that could come up during the hiring process include the minimum wage, overtime rates, and guaranteed paid time off.
To employ workers in Romania, contact Outstaffer to learn more about your options.
Romania, like many other countries, treats self-employed individuals or contractors and full-time workers differently and there are risks associated with misclassification. This can be especially complicated in Romania, where tax law is complex and certain types of employees are tax exempt.
Below are national public holidays applicable for all regions in this country
Our benefits packages in Romania are tailored to fulfill the local needs of your employees. Typically, our packages contain some or all of the following benefits:
For the purposes of employment contracts, Romanian law distinguishes between managerial positions and operational positions.
Employment termination can happen at the end of a contract or probation period, by request of the employee, or by request of the employer.
Termination by request of the employer before the end of an employment contract can be done for several reasons including physical or mental inability to work, professional inadequacy, and redundancy. The employer is required to provide reasons for dismissal in writing.
Employees cannot be terminated during leaves, during temporary disability, during quarantine, or during pregnancy if the employer knew about the pregnancy.