|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||IUS/07|
The course aims to provide adequate knowledge of the discipline of the employment relationship, with the necessary references to the rules of the labor market, to the forms of representation of the workers in the company, to the collective bargaining.
The methodological approach is intended to give students the tools for understanding the dynamics affecting labor relations.
The course provides students with knowledge about Italian employment law (the legal regulation of the employment relation and of the employment market, the analysis of the legal forms of workers’ participation at plant level and of collective bargaining). Students shall be able to understand the employment dynamics and the national employment legal regulation also in the light of European Union principles and labour and social policies.
Illustration of theoretical concepts and discussion of case studies and examples.
Lessons are in italian.
The sources of labour law - The unions - The collective agreement - The collective bargaining system - The origins of the employment contract - The concept of subordination - Self-employment - Cpllaborazioni coordinate e continuative - Labour market and employment - Public intervention to support income - Equality and non-discrimination - Freedom and dignity of the worker - Trade union rights - Powers of the employer - Obligations of the employee - Pay - Health and safety - Working time - The suspension of the employment relationship - The outsourcing - Unilateral withdrawal - Individual dismissal - Collective redundancies - Guarantees of the rights of worker.
Textbook and reading materials for students attending the lectures:
M.V. Ballestrero - G. De Simone, Diritto del lavoro, Giappichelli, Torino, 2015.
The supplementary materials are available in Aulaweb.
Textbooks and reading materials for students not attending the lectures:
1) M.V. Ballestrero, Diritto sindacale, Giappichelli, Torino, V ed., 2014 (limited to the pages pp. 35-318, 353-406).
2) M.V. Ballestrero - G. De Simone, Diritto del lavoro, Giappichelli, Torino, 2015 except for the parts listed below: a) The collective agreement as a source. Trade union organization and collective bargaining (Part I, Chapter II, pp. 23-80); b) Trade union rights (Part IV, Chapter IV, pp. 309-321).
Office hours: Professor Novella usually meets students at the end of the lessons. Further meetings can also be arranged via Teams.
MARCO NOVELLA (President)
GIULIA BANDELLONI (President Substitute)
CINZIA CARTA (Substitute)
BEATRICE DASSORI (Substitute)
I semester from September 14th to December 4th 2020
II semester from February 15th to May 7th 2021
Written and oral exam.
Written test: six / seven open-ended questions.
The students that are at least sufficiency (18/30) in the written test are admitted to the oral test, which provides one / two questions.
Attending students can access (by enrolling on Aulaweb with the terms and procedures that will be announced in class) to an intermediate written test.