ART. 2 “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS” is a private legal entity with non-patrimonial, independent purpose, organized according to the Law no. 246/2005, whose founding members are:
- ŢOP DĂNUŢI, Romanian citizen, holder of identity card DD nr.569096, domiciled in Târgovişte, Aleea Trandafirilor str. no. 16, bl. 10, ap. 46, Dâmboviţa County.
- MIHĂLĂCHIOIU MARIUS, Romanian citizen, holder of identity card DD series no. 449969, domiciled in Târgovişte, Mircea cel Bătrân Boulevard, Bl.5 A5, sc.i, ap.17.
- ALEXANDRU CONSTANTIN STELIAN, Romanian citizen, holder of ID card series DD, no. 499709, domiciled in Targoviste, Calea Domneasca nr. 333, Dâmboviţa County.
ART. 3 “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL RELATIONS OF EMPLOYMENT” is a Romanian legal person under private law, having the name reserved by the proof of the availability of the name with the number 149845 dated 16.12.2016 issued by the Ministry of Justice – Public Relations and Cooperation with NGO.
ART. 4. THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL LABOUR RELATIONS “is a non-governmental, nonprofit, independent, public benefit association.
Article 5. Duration and location.
The association is established indefinitely and is based in Târgovişte ……
Art. 6. The Association may open subsidiaries in other localities or counties in the country or abroad; Can establish collaboration links with similar organizations or enter into unions or federations, other institutions and legal or physical persons from the country and abroad, in order to accomplish the proposed goal.
Article 7. Purpose.
The members of the “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL LABOUR RELATIONS” Association want to associate for:
- promoting the study of academic relationships from the academic point of view
- promoting the study of employment relations
- facilitating the dissemination of information on significant developments in research and education in the field of industrial relations;
- organizes congresses of symposiums and conferences on occupational relations;
- Academic source of information on industrial relations, social dialogue, decent work, collective bargaining and litigation.
- Stimulating and increase the quality of debate on industrial relations, effective social dialogue, decent work, fundamental rights of association and collective bargaining, both among the social partners, academia and the general public.
Art. 8. Activities.
In order to achieve the stated goal, the association proposes to carry out the following activities:
- Carrying out and publishing books, periodicals, leaflets, posters, brochures, software and other informational materials.
- Organization of training courses, seminars, conferences and public debates.
- Development of own programs and in partnership with the public authorities in the country and abroad.
- Other activities provided by law, according to the purpose of the association.
- Affiliation to other national and international organizations
Article 9. Members.
The association is composed of:
- A) Members;
- B) Honorary Members (without the right to vote);
- C) Volunteer collaborators;
- D) Employed personnel, according to the labour legislation;
A member of the “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS” Association may become a member of any person who makes a written commitment to this effect. Membership is obtained by approving the adhesion by the Board of Directors. The quality of honorary membership is attributed by the Board of Directors to persons who have made an important contribution to the activity of the Association or who have had a special activity in the areas of interest of the Association. Exclusion of a member is made by the Board of Directors at the proposal of at least two members of the association.
Article 10. Rights and obligations of members.
Members of “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL LABOUR RELATIONS” have the following rights and obligations:
– To participate in the activities organized by the Association,
– To make proposals in the General Assembly;
– Choose and be elected in the governing bodies;
– Comply with the provisions of the Statute and the decisions of the governing bodies.
– To act to increase the prestige of the Association.
– Not to take actions that, by their nature, may damage the Association’s interests.
– To pay monthly a certain amount to be determined by the Board of Directors.
Article 11. Structure.
The governing body of the “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL LABOUR RELATIONS” is the General Assembly, made up of all the associates.
The executive body of the “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS” is The Board of Directors.
The control body of the “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS” is the censor of the Association.
The representative body of the “ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS” is represented by the President, Vice-President and Secretary General.
ART. 12 General Assembly.
The General Assembly is the governing body of the Association.
The General Assembly is made up of all members of the Association.
Article 13. Sittings of the General Assembly.
The General Assembly meets once a year in the ordinary session, and in extraordinary sessions whenever needed. The general assembly is legally constituted in the presence of half plus one of the members of the association.
ART. 14 Convening the General Assembly.
The Ordinary General Meeting is convened by the Board of Directors or by at least 1/3 of the number of associates, at least one week before the meeting, by written or telephone notice.
The Extraordinary General Meeting is convened by the Board of Directors or by at least 1/2 of the number of associates at least one week prior to the meeting by written or telephone notice.
ART. 15 The powers of the General Assembly.
The General Assembly has the following attributions:
- A) approving the strategy and general objectives of the association;
- B) approving the budget of revenues and expenditures and the annual financial statement;
- C) the election and revocation of the members of the Board of Directors and the President;
- D) the election and dismissal of the auditor or the Censors Commission;
- E) establishment of subsidiaries;
- F) modification of the constitutive act and the status of the association;
- G) dissolution and liquidation of the association; Determining the destination of the assets remaining after liquidation;