The areas of activity in which the unskilled, temporary, day-to-day work can be performed have changed the interests of the organizers of shows and festivals. In the Official Monitor no. 315 April 10, 2018 Law no. 86/2018 for amending and completing the law no. 52/2011 regarding the exercise of occasional activities carried out by day laborers.
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Article I. -
Law no. 52/2011 regarding the exercise of occasional activities carried out by day laborers, republished in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 947 of December 22, 2015, as amended and supplemented, is amended and supplemented as follows:
1. In Article 4, paragraph 4 is amended and shall have the following content:
(4) No day laborer may perform activities for the same beneficiary for a period longer than 90 days cumulated during a calendar year, except for the days that perform activities in the field of animal breeding in an extensive system through the seasonal grazing of sheep, cattle, horses. , seasonal activities within the botanical gardens subordinated to the accredited universities, as well as in the viticulture field; in their case, the period may not exceed 180 days accumulated over a calendar year. "
2. In Article 13 (1), letter p) is amended and shall have the following content:
p) hotels and other accommodation facilities - division 55; hotels and other similar accommodation facilities - class 5510; accommodation facilities for holidays and short periods - class 5520 - children's camps, organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, directly or through the units subordinated to it; ".
3. In Article 13 (1), after letter s), three new letters, letters t) -u) are inserted, with the following content:
t) restaurants - class 5610;
t) other food activities n.c.a. - 5629; u) bars and other beverage services - class 5630. "
4. After chapter II, a new chapter is introduced, chapter II1, comprising articles 131-136, with the following content:
The intermediation between the demand and the supply of daily work
Article 13-1. -
The intermediation between the demand and the offer of daily work is the activity by which the connection with the beneficiaries with the daily work is realized, in order to establish, in accordance with the provisions of the present law, of labor relations.
Article 13-2. -
The activity of intermediation between the demand and the offer of daily work is realized, on the territory of Romania, on the basis of the requests formulated by the persons interested to carry out activities as day laborers and of the persons interested to benefit from the work of a daily worker, by the intermediation agencies provided in art. 133, accredited according to the Criteria and the procedure of accreditation of the intermediation agencies between the demand and the offer of daily work, the procedure of accreditation and notification, suspension and withdrawal of the accreditation, respectively the right to provide intermediation services between the demand and the offer of daily work and the obligations of the intermediation agencies between the demand and the accredited daily work offer, which is approved by Government decision.
Article 13-3. -
(1) The intermediation agencies between the daily labor supply and demand may be:
a) companies established on the territory of Romania according to the Companies Law no. 31/1990, republished, with the subsequent modifications and completions, which have as object of activity Activities of the employment placement agencies - CAEN code 7810;
b) companies established in other Member States of the European Union or in the European Economic Area, based on the legislation of the State of origin, which have been subjected or not, as the case may be, to a condition of accreditation or authorization for the provision of work intermediation services in the state respectively and which are established with permanent character in Romania, under the conditions of Law no. 31/1990, republished, with subsequent modifications and completions, or provides such services on the territory of Romania, on a temporary or occasional basis.
(2) Companies established in other Member States of the European Union or in the European Economic Area, for which, for the provision of labor intermediation services, based on the legislation of the State of origin, it was not necessary to obtain an accreditation or authorization, thus not being subject to conditions of accreditation or authorization, in the case of the provision in Romania of intermediation activities between the demand and the offer of daily work, are submitted to the accreditation under the conditions of the Government decision provided in art. 132, as well as the Romanian companies, except those who intend to provide such services on the territory of Romania, on a temporary or occasional basis, and who in the case of their activity in Romania are subject to the notification procedure.