On Thursday, 28 July De Luca & Partners organised a new HR Virtual Breakfast.
De Luca & Partners, Managing Partner, Vittorio De Luca and Roberta Padula, Senior Associate, evaluated the Transparency Decree.
The “Transparency Decree” imposes companies a complicated analysis and adjustment of contractual standards.
While waiting for the Decree to come into force, it is better not to waste time and start preparing.
Together with our GDPR Focus Team, we are on hand to provide the necessary support.
“It is necessary for companies to act promptly to fulfil the new disclosure obligations imposed by the Transparency Decree”
“The Transparency Decree imposes a great deal of company/lawyer teamwork to review, update and integrate existing and new employment contracts”
“The decree imposes disclosure obligations on the employer/principal and reaffirms and strengthens certain minimum employee rights”
“The decree ensures greater clarity and transparency in information on the employment relationship and working conditions for a wide range of workers (employed and self-employed).”
– Information requirements;
– Minimum working conditions requirements;
– Protection measures;
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