Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aims to enable the student to know and understand the essential elements of the employment contract, as we will investigate all joints and more fundamental problem that characterize the genesis, development and conclusion of the report, in order to provide further the ability to use knowledge and understanding of the main issues and problems related to the legal bond between employer and employee.
In addition, detailed analysis of the major tools provided by law for the protection of vulnerable groups in the labor market will give the student the opportunity, applying the knowledge and understanding of the issues, to acquire the ability to contribute and help the orientation of the persons in distress, for the purpose of resolving any issues related to social exclusion and removal of barriers that prevent the active inclusion in the labor market.
Course contents summary
The course is divided into two parts: the first part of the lectures will be devoted to foundational institutions of labor law, such as the source, collective bargaining, the role and functions of trade unions, the labor contract, the duties and powers of the parties, the labor market and flexible employment contracts, termination and protection of the rights of the employee, a second part will be addressed instead of the topics most important for operators of social services, which, in particular: the system placement in the workplace, with specific reference to the placement of disadvantaged (mandatory employment; disabilities; non-EU citizens), the contractual models targeted insertion into the labor market of the weakest: (apprenticeship, internship, internships); reports special working with vulnerable or disadvantaged (child labor, the labor of prisoners) or at least the most widely used in the field of social services (work in cooperatives), the protection of women and anti-discrimination.
R. DEL PUNTA, Diritto del lavoro, Giuffrè, Milano, 2015
Section One: Chap. VI. The sources of labor law.
Section Two. Chap. I. Organization and industrial action. - Cap. II. Union and legal system. - Cap. III. The collective bargaining. - Cap. V. Labor relations in the company.
Section Four. Chap. I. The employment. - Cap. II. The work is not subordinates.
Section Five. Chap. I. Access to employment. - Cap. III. Object and place of work performance. - Cap. IV. The time of job performance. - Cap. VI. The disciplinary power. - Cap. VII. The remuneration. - Cap. VIII. The protection of people at work - cap. IX. Equality and discrimination - cap. X. The suspension of the work. - Cap. XI. The termination of the employment relationship - cap. XII. The crisis of the enterprise.
Section Six. Chap. I . I work part-time and flexible . - Chap. II. - The contract of fixed-term employment. - Chap. III. The work of young people . Cap. IV. The work "outside".
The course consists of lectures. During the lectures will highlight the founding characteristics of each institution and discussed general issues related to their application and any court decisions relating to the interpretation of the largest and most controversial legal concepts involved.
Assessment methods and criteria
The assessment of the achievement of the objectives of the course consists of an oral examination.
Through questions about the contents of the course will be determined whether the student has achieved the goal of knowledge and understanding of the content. Through questions on the instruments of support for vulnerable groups will be determined whether the student has achieved the goal of being able to apply the acquired knowledge.