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May 16, 2021
POLITICS

MAE asks for difficult labour conditions bonus

In a draft Government Decision, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is asking for a bonus of 15 per cent of the basic salary for difficult, harmful or hazardous labour conditions for its staff. Among the factors considered there are: major physical effort, intense noise/vibrations or nervous exhaustion.  The bonus should be paid to employees working in the ministry offices located in residential areas downtown Bucharest such as Aleea Modrogan, Aleea Alexandru, Primaverii Boulevard, Aviatorilor Boulevard, Victoriei Square, the Muzeul Zambaccian, Emil Pangrati, Polona or Alexandru Serbanescu Streets. Minister Teodor Baconschi explains in a statement quoted by Hotnews that the bonus is justified and should not cause

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