The obligations of the beneficiary
The people who work with day workers will use a new model of register of day workers, document to be drawn up and necessarily submitted to the Labor Inspection every month.
The workers remuneration may be paid at the end of each day by any means of payment allowed by law. The payment will be made at the latest at the end of the week or of the period of activities.
The beneficiary must also:
The obligations of day workers
The day workers have, among others, obligations relating to health and safety at work, according to law 18/2014. Thus, people who work as day workers, shall:
Other changes brought by the day workers law
The amount of hourly gross remuneration can not be less than the basic hourly gross minimum salary guaranteed in payment. From 1 July 2014, in the context of increasing of the minimum wage to 900 lei for a full work 168 hours per month on average in 2014, the value will be 5.357 lei / hour.
Areas where the day workers can work were set at:
The new provisions also modified the fines for beneficiaries, the values look like this:
Attention! The beneficiary of works performed by day workers can not be an individual. He must be a legal entity, authorized individual, individual or family business enterprise.
A definition of occasional activities was introduce. These are activities that occur by chance, sporadic or accidental and which are not permanent.
In addition, the new legal provisions have introduced the possibility that also the citizens of other states or stateless persons who live / have the residence in Romania may have occasional unqualified activities.
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