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Evoluția legislației muncii în spațiul românesc
The evolution of the labour legislation in the Romanian space

Author(s): Alexandru Țiclea
Subject(s): Labour and Social Security Law
Published by: Uniunea Juriștilor din România
Keywords: the Civil Code; the Labour Code; individual labour contract; convention; doctrine; law; legislations; industrial legislation; labour legislation; code of laws; wax boards;

Summary/Abstract: The labour law – a branch and science of the Romanian law system – has come a long way to the present days, when it fully manifests its specificity and autonomy that characterizes it. The doctrine evokes a „labour contract” concluded according to rules of the Roman law. In the Middle Ages, the Romanian principalities did not know regulations regarding legal labour relations. It was only in the Civil Code of 1864 that there were established specific regulations of some civil contracts which included some elements of some labour relations.The appearance and development of the industry determined, at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the adoption of some legal norms aimed at the protection of workers. The labour legislation was invigorated due to the rules of the International Labour Organization, established in 1919. Our country, as a founding member, has ratified the essential conventions of this organization in the interwar period, but also later, to the present days.About a labour law, distinct, autonomous in Romania, one can speak only after the entry into force of the Labour Code of 1950. The development of the Romanian society, its economic and social level have also determined the evolution of the labour legislation and of the labour law, as it will be shown in the elaborated study.

  • Issue Year: 2021
  • Issue No: 04
  • Page Range: 50-71
  • Page Count: 22
  • Language: Romanian