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Categories: Legislation

Law no.  32 of 7 April 2022  entitled “Delegations to the Government for the support and enhancement of the family” was published in the Official Gazette. Over the next 12 to 24 months, a series of legislative decrees will be adopted, strengthening the work-life balance and giving better family support. Labour law will be a ....

Categories: Publications

In ruling no. 95/2022, the Court of Vicenza held that the acceptance of a collective agreement may be tacit or by conduct, i.e., by actually applying its terms. Once a party can be said to have accepted the agreement, this is binding on such party. In the case at issue, three labour organisations had sued ....

Categories: Case Law

In ruling no. 9800 of 25 March 2022, the Court of Cassation ruled that – if the notice referred to in Art. 4, paragraph 9, Law no. 223/1991 for the collective dismissal procedure does not correctly specify the criteria for the selection of the workers concerned, the procedure is unlawful and, consequently, the dismissal must ....

Categories: Case Law

The Court of Santa Maria Capua Vetere, by decree under art. 28, Law no. 300/1970, of 24 February 2022, stated that the dismissal of a trade union delegate, in the absence of prior authorisation from the trade union to which they belong, is ineffective and constitutes anti-union conduct.   Facts of the case  The decision stems ....

Categories: Do you know that

On 25 March, the European Commission and the United States of America announced that they had reached a new framework agreement on the cross-border transfer of personal data (the “Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework”) that will be the basis for an adequacy decision by the European Commission. The new agreement was announced less than two years ....