Maria-Alexandra Avasilcăi


The present article aims to set up how employers protect employees’ rights and how the human resources department should be involved in this protection. It also aims to study the current labour legislation in Romania and will try to demonstrate if the employer follows these laws. The present research is based on a quantitative method, using the questionnaire on a sample of 109 people from the northeastern region of Moldavia, especially in Iasi. In order for people to take part in this research, they had to have worked at least once in their lives. The questionnaire consists of four parts containing questions about the employer’s attitude towards their employees and their rights. Unfortunately, there are some missing answers to a few questions which disrupted the research results. But we still gathered some helpful pieces of information about how the employees are treated at their work.


labour law, work, protection, employer, employees

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