the program of the course provides for an analisys of the following tipics: a) aim of employment law; b) legal sources of employment law, c) distinction between subordinated, self-employed and "coordinated" work in "flat" and digital firm; d) establishment of employment relationship; e) "flexible" employment contracts: part time, fixed term. hiring out, occasional or zero hours contracts, intermittent contracts; f) educational and vocational contracts: apprenticeship, stage, internship, g) rights and obligations of parties in managing employment relationships; h) disciplinary, economic/organizational and collective dismissals, i) management of employment relationships in firm in crisis: temporary suspension with insurance benefits and solidarity contracts; l) guaratees and benefits of employees after the termination of the contract, m) individual and collective capacity of waving employees' rights, n) alternative dispute resolutions.
Prerequisites for admission
A basic knowledge of civil and public law is required
Slides used during the lessons which can be downloaded from Ariel website of the course and one of the following textbooks:
a) Riccardo Del Punta, Diritto del lavoro, Giuffrè, 2019.
- to read: Introduction; Section I, chapters I, II (carefully), III, V, VI (carefully); Secion V, chapters IX (carefully);
- to study: Section I, chapters IV; Section III, chapters I (unless par. 4), II; Secion IV, chapters I, II, III; Section V, chapters I, II, III, IV; V, VI (unless par. 4), VII (unless par. 6), VIII (only par. 1, read the other paragraphs) X, XI, XII; Secion VI, chapters I, II; III; IV.
b) Oronzo Mazzotta, Manuale di diritto del lavoro, Cedam, 2019.
- to read: Introduction (carefully);
- to study: Part II, Chapter I, Section I, II, III; Chapter II, Section I, II, III, IV (unless par. 2); Chapter III, Section I, II, III (unless par. 10, 28, 39), IV, V (unless par. 23 e 26); Chapter IV, Sez. I, II, III; Chapter V (to read paragraphs 8, 9, 10, 11).
Assessement methods and criteria
The exam is a written test composed by two sections: a) 22 multiple choice questions, for every correct answer is assigned one point; b) 3 open questions, to every answer from 0 to 3 points are assigned because the level of precision, correctness and completeness of the answer. The evaluation is expressed as a fraction of 30/30th. The given time for the test is one hour.