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Categories: Interviews | Tag: governance

New paths. A changing of the guard after 50 years. Mergers and openings for “external” partners. Different paths There isn’t just one way to plan change. This can be done by looking beyond the family circle.  De Luca & Partners recently opened up to those outside the De Luca family and appointed lawyer Stefania Raviele ....

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Categories: Interviews | Tag: Redundancy Fund

The latest Inps data show that this year’s use of the Extraordinary Redundancy Fund has increased by 45.65%. Widespread fears that this data will worsen rapidly, making appropriate government measures necessary. Rising energy costs and the difficulty in finding raw materials herald a tough autumn for Italian companies. Firms which are grappling with multiple critical ....

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Categories: Publications | Tag: Annual Leave, indennità sostitutiva delle ferie

In the Court’s interpretation, the right to an allowance in lieu of untaken leave, at the end of theemployment relationship, is intrinsically linked to the right to paid annual leave In its ruling no. 21781/2022, published last 8 July, the Court of Cassation, Labour Section, ruled (along with several other issues on public employment) on ....

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Categories: Interviews | Tag: Lavoro Agile, Remote Working

Economy asked some questions to De Luca & Partners Managing Partner Vittorio De Luca about remote working. From today 1 September 2022,   remote working, cannot be carried out without a precise individual agreement with the worker. Economy asked some questions to De Luca & Partners Managing Partner Vittorio De Luca. WHEN WILL EMPLOYERS WITH SMART ....

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Categories: Publications | Tag: Dismissal

The court may recognise different solutions for identical cases To exclude the proportionality of dismissal, it is not enough to argue that similar conduct committed by other employees has been sanctioned with conservative measures. The court may recognise different solutions for identical cases.  This principle was upheld by the Court of Cassation in Order no. ....

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