Legal Status of Over 14,000 Undeclared Workers Settled

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Since the amendment of the law in March 2021, the legal status of more than 14,000 undeclared workers has been settled with the effective cooperation of the employment supervisory authority, State Secretary for Employment Policy Sándor Czomba of the Ministry of Economic Development said, according to profitline.hu.

Czomba recalled that the Parliament had previously reviewed and renewed the rules of labor inspection at the government's initiative.

Under this, after discovering a violation, the authority obliged the employer to notify the employee affected by the irregularity for at least one month, up to the current minimum wage.

The measure regulates the legal status of those who live from work, so they become entitled to more social security benefits, and their service time, which is the basis for pension calculation, is also extended.

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