TRADE UNION LAW (3)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The aim of this course is to provide the students with appropriate tools to study and understand the most problematic and current issues of this subject. This will be done not only through the reading of the sources and institutional texts but also through the analysis of legal and doctrinal paths.
Course contents summary
This course covers specific questions in the field of collective bargaining and trade union representation.
To prepare for the exam, essays, sentences and comments from recent publications will be identified and notified to the students during the course.
Alternatively, for non-frequenting students, the exam may be prepared based on the text:
M. PERSIANI, Diritto sindacale, Cedam, Padua, last edition
To study the sources:
G. PERA, A. POSO, Le leggi del lavoro, Giuffre, Milan, 2004
Additional recommended reading:
B. CARUSO, Le relazioni sindacali, Giappichelli, Turin, 2004
Lessons, seminars and exercises.
The exam consists in an oral interview with the Commission.
Frequenting students will also sit an intermediary test prior to the end of the lessons