Diritto del lavoro

A.Y. 2016/2017
12
Max ECTS
84
Overall hours
Language
Italian
Expected learning outcomes
- Knowledge and understanding. The student must demonstrate to have acquired a basic understanding of the institutions of trade union rights and labor law.
- Capacity application. The student must demonstrate to know how to apply the concepts learned in concrete contexts and specific cases concerning the right of association and labor law.
- Making judgments. The student must demonstrate to be able to take positions argued and legally sustainable with reference to the topics of the course.
- Skill in communication. The student must demonstrate the ability to express the knowledge gained in consistent arguments and with systematic rigor and appropriate language.
- Ability to learn. The student must demonstrate to know the historical patterns and evolution of labor law, applying the regulatory framework.
Course syllabus and organization

Unique edition

Responsible
Lesson period
First semester
Syllabus
The study of the Labour Law concerns the discipline of the organization and the activity of trade unions and associations of employers, as well as the discipline of the individual relationship of employment.
The matter is divided into two fundamental areas:
1) the trade union rights: freedom and union organization, collective bargaining, right to strike and freedom of lockout, tools collective management of corporate crises;
2) the labour law in the strict sense: the regulation of employment, the structure of the employment contract, the discipline of the individual employment relationship

Suggested readings
The manual is A. Tursi-P.A. Varesi, Istituzioni di diritto del lavoro (rapporti di lavoro e relazioni sindacali nel settore privato), settima edizione, Cedam, 2016.

The study of the manual must be accompanied by a rigorous learning of the provisions of the Constitution, the Civil Code and special laws mentioned in the manuals. The student must use updated collection of the main documentary sources of labour law. It's possible to find numerous codes of labour law, for example M.T. Carinci (eds), Labour Code, Giuffrè, Milan, latest edition.

Prerequisites: Private Law and Constitutional Law.

Learning objectives and learning outcomes defined on the basis of the five Dublin descriptors
- Knowledge and understanding. The student must demonstrate to have acquired a basic understanding of the institutions of trade union rights and labor law.
- Capacity application. The student must demonstrate to know how to apply the concepts learned in concrete contexts and specific cases concerning the right of association and labor law.
- Making judgments. The student must demonstrate to be able to take positions argued and legally sustainable with reference to the topics of the course.
- Skill in communication. The student must demonstrate the ability to express the knowledge gained in consistent arguments and with systematic rigor and appropriate language.
- Ability to learn. The student must demonstrate to know the historical patterns and evolution of labor law, applying the regulatory framework.

Final exam
The examination will be held in oral form.
Students will have access to exams as it will be indicated in class.
Lessons: 84 hours
Professor: Imberti Lucio
Professor(s)
Reception:
Monday 12,30. It is always possible to arrange further appointments by sending an e-mail to lucio.imberti@unimi.it