Employment can be done either through full-time contracts or through secondment contracts for a maximum duration of one year.
Employers must consider the following costs:
- Notices and documents for bringing employees into the country
- Accommodation and meals (3 per day) for employees
- Return air ticket for employees
- The net salary offered to the employee
- Recruitment agency commission
The process takes, on average, a maximum of 3 months from the signing of the collaboration contract.
The procedure includes several stages: defining the requirements with the client, establishing the salary package, identifying suitable candidates, final selection of candidates, obtaining the work permit and long-stay visa, and finally obtaining the residence permit.
The long-stay visa is obtained from the diplomatic missions or consular offices of Romania in the employee's country of origin, based on the work permit previously obtained by the employer.
Once in Romania, the employer must submit the application for the employee's residence permit, at least 30 days before the expiration of the right of residence granted by the visa.
The employer must provide various documents, including the registration certificate at the Trade Registry Office, the criminal records of the company and the administrator, the tax certification certificate, and an extract from the Revisal with active employees, among others.
Our agency offers competitive commissions due to the high volume of employees we manage, facilitating an efficient and personalized process of recruitment and integration of foreign staff.
If the foreign employee does not live up to the expectations set by the contract, the employer has the duty to provide him with a plane ticket to return to his country of origin. It is recommended to initially discuss the specific details and possible next steps directly with the agency, to ensure a fair and legal resolution of the situation.
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