After the inspection ticket for cars, another legendary document goes down in history.
The amendments were finally adopted, with which the paper work book is abolished. The people’s representatives adopted the changes to the Labor Code in the second reading. The changes will take effect in one year.
During this time, the NRA is expected to upgrade its register, and within this year workers will continue to present their paper book to employers and institutions.
The changes create an electronic register of employment, maintained by the National Revenue Agency, in which all data from the employment book will be entered.
In this way, workers will have full access to their employment record, and employers will be able to automate internal processes through human resource management systems, automatically sending data to the registry.