BUSINESS AND EMPLOYMENT LAW
The course aims at providing students with a in depth knowledge of the foundational concepts of the field, using a case-by-case method and highlighting the influence of the supranational and international sources on national regulation.
A good knowledge of Private and Public (Constitutional Law)
1. Sources of Labour Law.
2. Employment services.
3. Subordinated, autonomous and (autonomous) coordinated work.
4. Freedom of association.
5. Collective bargaining, agreements and conflict.
6. Fixed-term work and agency work.
7. Categories, groups and tasks in the light of the direction power.
8. Control power and its limits.
9. Disciplinary power and its limits.
10. Equal treatment and Antidiscrimination Law.
11. Different kinds of leaves.
12. Health and safety at work.
13. Working time.
15. Individual dismissal.
16. Collective dismissal.
17. Transfer of undertaking.
18. Waivers, transactions and certification of work contracts and subcontracting.
The course deals with the regulation of work relationships in its individual and collective dimension, with specific focus on practical and case-law aspects.
Lectures, working groups and presentation (in presence or virtual).
Esposito M., Gaeta L., Zoppoli A., Zoppoli L., Diritto del Lavoro e Sindacale, Torino: Giappichelli, 2020.
The Labour Law part of the course will follow the Business Law part.