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One of the possibilities of pursuing claims arising from employment is the judicial resolution of cases. Judgment in court is adecision on the claims of the party, which must be preced-ed by the taking of evidence. The evidentiary proceedings are particularly complicated and extensive due to the multiplicity of facts occurring in these categories of employee cases as well as the fact that the witnesses remain in legal and factual relations. The aim of the study is to present some of the procedural aspects related to the evidentiary proceedings in mobbing and discriminatory cases. The author refers to the general rules of the process regarding the rules of proof, because the employee has the burden of proof in the scope of indicating circumstances that would justify aclaim based on mobbing and discrimination. The author discusses the nature of evidence proceedings in employee cases, with its specificity, which is characterized by considerable deformalization. The author also analyzes the types of evidence, such as documentary evidence, evidence from the expert’s opinion, or other sources of evidence referred to in Article 308 of the Code of Civil Procedure.