The so called “Decreto Cura Italia“ refers to the approval of redundancy fund by way of derogation and the suspension of dismissals. The Italian Government also issued a new law with measures aimed at helping Italian companies
The disparity in treatment caused by the coexistence of two different sanctioning regimes governing illegitimate collective dismissals of employees hired before and after the “Jobs Act” took effect on 7 March 2015, is notably problematic. The Court of Naples therefore, has asked the European Court of Justice and the Italian Constitutional Court to weigh-in on this matter
New law provides protections for people delivering goods on behalf of a third-party, using bicycles and/or motorcycles within the territorial limit of the city, by means of digital platforms (so called riders)
Application of the criteria provided by mandatory law for collective dismissals can be used to identify the employees to be transferred from one work seat to another
The Court of Milan raises a question of difference in treatment before the European Court of Justice
The so-called “Growth Decree” which entered into force after the publication in the Official Journal on 14 July 2019 is primarily aimed at boosting economic growth through tax cuts – intervened with some significant innovations and incentives from an employment law perspective as well
The Supreme Court of Cassation recently confirmed the legislative principle according to which – in the context of a collective dismissal procedure – it is not possible to dismiss a percentage of female employees higher than the one existing in the area subject to the reorganisation
The wide case law debate concerning the qualification of “riders” type of work
On March 26, 2019, following Government approval, Law Decree n. 22 outlining the transitory discipline in case of a Brexit-No-Deal entered into force, with the publishing in the Official Journal
Even in the era of far-reaching international trade agreements and regional economic and political partnerships, the majority of laws and regulations governing the workplace are still determined by the individual countries where employees work.
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