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Issues Regarding The Work Regulation Through The Temporary Work Agency In European Union Law And National Law

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  • Mihaela Catana

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    (Law School, ,,Titu Maiorescu” University of Bucharest)

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    The present study proposes a comprehensive approach and analysis designed to highlight the evolution of regulations on work through Temporary Agency Work - from the regulations contained in the rules of the International Labour Organisation, of EU law and regulation that institution, temporary work, in Romanian labor law, once with the adoption of the Labour Code by Law 53/2003 - and the need to revise rules on temporary agency work by adopting effective measures for the protection of temporary employees, especially those posted borders. The purpose of this paper is to bring to the fore the need to develop uniform and effective regulations in the temporary employment contract and therefore the parties involved in this report, so that the transposing Directive 2008/104/EC on temporary agency work and other directives implemented in the field: Directive 96/71/EC applicable temporary employment relationships, implicitly the Directive 2014/54/EU on the enforcement of its application, and Directive 2014/67/EU, to continue the harmonization of national rules with EU, reported problems generated by the lack of a legal framework effectively to prevent abuses and misunderstandings arising in the application of legal norms by different state institutions involved in these tasks.

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    Article provided by Societatea de Stiinte Juridice si Administrative (Society of Juridical and Administrative Sciences) in its journal “Perspectives of Business Law” Journal.

    Volume (Year): 4 (2015)
    Issue (Month): 1 (December)
    Pages: 103-110

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