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March 8, 2021

About 150 Hidroelectrica employees to lose their jobs after Easter

The judicial administrator of Hidroelectrica, Remus Borza announced Friday in Sibiu that, right after Easter, 100 to 150 TESA employees of the company (from the technical, economic, scientific and administrative departments) will lose their jobs, with compensations between 5 and 12 monthly salaries, because their respective departments are “oversized,” something which he considers as unacceptable, Mediafax reports.

Asked if the redundancies to be operated after Easter will also reach other departments apart from TESA, Borza gave a negative answer. “I guaranteed the jobs in the operational, directly productive department,” he stated. Answering a question, he mentioned that there are several criteria for layoffs, which were accepted by the trade unions of the company. “Last to come, first to go. Job sanctions, workload per employee and the service he belongs to, the concrete attributions of each service and department. We still have 186 people in the accounting department, although we are not an auditing company, we have more than 100 in the HR department, over 130 in IT,” Borza explained. The judicial administrator of Hidroelectrica warned that other layoffs will follow, but no precise date has been decided yet. According to Borza, approximately 500 will go from Hidroserv companies as part of the effort to increase the efficiency of these units and bring new technology, along with more than 300 people from micro hydropower plants, when they will be sold starting this summer.


Tender worth RON 16.9 M for telecom services

The state company Hidroelectrica will organise, at the beginning of June, a tender for telecom services, with the contract being estimated at RON 16.9 M (VAT included) for the next four years, Mediafax reports. According to the task book, the contract will include fixed and mobile telephony services, internet, data carrier, rental of interior phone equipment, support and maintenance of the existing equipment. The contract will be financed from own sources. The companies wishing to participate in the tender will deposit a guarantee of RON 55,611.


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