In France, Bulgarian and Romanian nationals are gaining legal status and will soon be able to work as well. This move will provide a better work environment and better life for around 15,000 Roma currently residing in France. French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is quoted as saying that giving work rights to Romanians is “one of the best solutions” to the problems of the migrant community. The decision is expected to be finalized next week. The French government and civil rights groups have argued that lifting the restrictions would prevent further integration of Roma into the country.
A Guide To Working Rights For Romanian Eu Workers In France At Any Age
Romanian doctors are essential to the French healthcare system. They are needed in certain specialties and in some places. They fill gaps in the health system, and French actors use them as gap-fillers. They also provide continuity of care in remote rural areas and psychiatric hospitals inherited from old lunatic asylums. Because of their experience and training, Romanian doctors are more than willing to work in harsh conditions.
If you are considering working in France as a Romanian, it is important to make sure you select a recruitment agency that is legally licensed to operate. They should be registered with the National Office for Hiring and Placing Labour Abroad. The agency should have a long history of helping Romanian Eu Workers and ensure all contracts are clear and transparent. You can check out this information by visiting their websites.