Matters On The Legal Regime Of Employees’ Individual Performance Objectives
Law 40/2011 brought significant changes to the work relations by the reorientation of certain labour law institutions on the one hand, and by the introduction of legal institutions that have never existed in the Romanian law system until the introduction of this law. Among the significant developments introduced by Law 40/2011, the employees' individual performance objectives will be hereby analysed in terms of the legal regime and of the issues occurring with their applicability for employees.
Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (December)
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