The current Labour Act, which was passed in 2009 and amended in 2011 and 2013, has been criticized for being rigid and not favourable to job expansion. Additional revisions are now before the Parliament. Those revisions are intended to increase employment by simplifying and clarifying the law, making the employment relationship more flexible, and reducing the associated administrative burdens. Further EU harmonization adjustments are also included. Going forward the law will be divided into two main parts, one governing individual and the other collective labour relations.