Summary: More than 50% of Romanian workers complain that their working conditions involve potential hazards to their health and safety, while 27% of workers have irregular working hours. Fixed-term employment contracts are not common in Romania, and more women than men hold indefinite employment contracts. Meanwhile, job satisfaction has declined in recent years. These are among the findings of the working conditions section of the 2004 survey on living conditions in Romania. This report outlines the survey findings based on the following quality of work dimensions: working conditions and industry profile; work organisation; working time arrangements; commuting; workplace location; and job satisfaction.
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