Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

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Course of Bachelor's Degree Programme on ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT
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Dott.ssa SENA Eufrasia
Second semester
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Course description

- Knowledge of the main institutes of labour law;
- Ability to analyze the main giuslavoristic dynamics;
- Ability to critically examine the issues of labour law;
- Technical language of labour law.


Public and private law


Labour law
Trade Unions law: collective bargaining (8h); trade union freedom and union presence in workplace (6h); strike (2h).
Employment relationship:
Self-employment and subordinate work. Contractual types in subordinate work: fixed-term contract, part-time, intermittent, accessory, apprenticeship. (6h)
The test pact. Employees' framing and job discipline. The duties of diligence and loyalty of the worker. Governing, controlling and disciplining the employer. (6h)
The remuneration. Severance pay. Suspension of the employment relationship. The Cassa Integrazione guadagni. The temporary employment (6h)
Termination of employment: resignation and dismissal. Collective dismissal. The unavailability of workers' rights: Art. 2113 c.c .. (6h)

Teaching Methods

Frontal lessons. Examination of normative and jurisprudential texts.


F. Santoni, Lezioni di diritto del lavoro, I, ESI, 2014 (except chapter 1, sections 11 e 12 of chapter. 3, section 16 of chapter 6).
F. Santoni, Lezioni di diritto del lavoro, II, ESI, 2019, only chapters: I, II, VII, VIII, IX, X, XII
(until section 11), XIII, XIV, XV (until section 4).

Learning assessment

Oral examination. During the exam students will be asked questions that touch the various aspects of the program, in order to verify the level of knowledge of the topics covered by the program, the ability to reason and critical analysis, the possession of technical language.
The score of the exam consists of a vote expressed in thirtieths. In order to pass the exam, thus reporting a grade not lower than 18/30, the student must demonstrate that he has acquired sufficient knowledge of the topics covered by the program. To achieve a score of 30/30 cum laude, the student must instead demonstrate that he has acquired excellent knowledge of all the topics covered during the course, to be able to critically analyze the issues underlying the topics in question and to have full mastery of technical language.

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