Public discussions on ”mini-job” concept

Friday 24 May, 2024
Start: Wednesday 22 May, 2024 - 14.00

On 22 May, public discussions on changes to labour legislation (with reference to mini-jobs for students and pensioners) took place in the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova, organised at the initiative of MP Mariana Lucreteanu.
In Germany, mini-jobs are regulated by law and are an important part of the labour market, facilitating the integration of certain groups into the labour market and giving employers flexibility in hiring. In other European countries, the concept exists under different names and regulations, but the basic principles are similar.
Mini-jobs are a flexible and simplified way of employing certain categories of workers.
FIA Moldova was represented by the executive management and experts from member companies.
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