Hire in Romania

Hire in Romania


Hire the best team members for your business in a fast and compliant way, without worrying about all the complex legal procedures or setting up a legal entity. 


How to employ in Romania? 

To hire employees in Romania you would need a local legal entity + an account in a local bank + a registered Romanian address. You don’t have them? Don’t worry! Our team of experts will take care of all of that. We will take care of the formalities such as the Romanian Law, the complex tax systems, and the payroll for the employees. 


Why employ in Romania with coverletter.tech? 

  • Considerably cost reduction 

  • 100% compliant  

  • Fast & accurate hiring process and entry into the market  

  • 100% digital  

  • Comprehensive benefit packages for the employees 

  • Medical Insurance plan 

  • Additional paid holidays 

  • Preferential gym subscription 

  • Remote working bonus 


Overview about Romania 

  • Capital: Bucharest 

  • Currency: RON 

  • Since 2007, became part of the European Union 

  • In 2020, it was ranked 46th out of 131 countries in the Global Innovation Index.1 


What you need to know about employment in Romania 

  • Minimum wage: 2,300 RON per month 

  • Payroll frequency: Monthly 

  • Standard working hours: 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week 

  • Overtime payment is mandatory. (150% of average salary per hour) 

  • 15 Bank Holidays per year 

  • VAT standard rate: 19% 

  • Types of leaves: 

  • Holiday leave  

  • Sick leave 

  • Personal leave  

  • Parental leave 

  • Maternity leave: Pregnant employees are entitled to 126 days off beginning 63 days before the estimated due date. 42 days are compulsory.  

  • Paternity leave: Upon request during the first eight weeks from the child's birth.  

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