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Court of Cassation: the mobbing must have oppressive aim (Il Sole 24 Ore, April 3, 2013, page 14)

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05 Apr 2013
The Supreme Court, with sentence no. 7925 published on April 2, stated that mobbing may be ascertained by the labor judge only in case of oppressive acts against the employee. The Supreme Court requires that these acts must have the only purpose of damaging the employee who has to prove the employer’s will of making several actions aimed to exclude him.

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