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 he Supreme Court of Cassation, with its ruling no. 26509, published on 20 November 2020, reaffirmed a principle by which company collective agreements apply erga omnes to all company workers, even if they are not members of negotiating trade unions. Exceptions are workers who joined a different trade union organisation and disagreed with the agreement. ....

Categories: Practice

The National Employment Inspectorate (the ”NEI”), with note no. 1156 dated 22 December 2020, provided to the territorial inspectorates clarifications on the procedure to be followed in the event of a request to enter into a fixed-term contract in assisted form in accordance with Art. 19, paragraph 3 of Italian Legislative Decree 81/2015. This refers, ....

Categories: Practice

On 5 December last, the Data Protection Supervisory Authority (the “Authority”) developed FAQ (“Frequently Asked Questions”) on personal data processing carried out by public and private entities using video surveillance systems. The Authority’s clarifications take account of what was introduced by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on personal data protection (known as “GDPR”) and by the Guidelines ....

Categories: Case Law

The Supreme Court of Cassation, by Order no. 27422 dated 1 December 2020, established that the clauses of the national collective agreement stating that workers are required to respect not only the provisions contained therein but also those established in internal regulations does not automatically bind employees to the compensation obligation envisaged therein in the ....

Categories: Case Law

Suspension of terms for appealing the dismissal in the emergency period Art. 6 of Italian Law no. 604/1966 states that: the dismissal, under penalty of forfeiture, must be appealed within 60 days from receiving the respective communication and the appeal is ineffective if it is not followed up, within a subsequent 180 day period, by ....