Increased protection and half the number of disputes, Jobs Act promoted by multinationals (Il Sole 24 Ore and Il Quotidiano del Lavoro, 11 April 2018)
A significant reduction in disputes, which have fallen by over 50%. There is also more regulatory certainty, especially as regards the foreseeability of the costs of ‘separating’ company and employee. There is still the thorny issue of ‘labour cost’, which, together with social security expenses, remains a great obstacle for investment and recruitment. These are some of the findings from the sample of 160 Italian and foreign businesses operating in Italy, in a survey conducted by De Luca & Partners …
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An analysis of three years of the Jobs Act on the Italian labour market
“In March 2018, our firm conducted a survey assessing the impact of the Jobs Act on companies, three years after this labour reform came into force.
As a starting point, we used the questions from an initial survey we had conducted in 2015, the results of which were presented during a round table held in the Lombardy Region in October that year. The new survey saw the participation of 160 managing directors, general counsels and personnel managers of major companies (both Italian businesses and foreign firms operating in Italy), all clients of De Luca & Partners.”
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