The matter is divided into three modules:
1) Labour policies and causes of suspension of employment: active labour policies and employment services, institutional and organizational structure of the labour market, matching between labour supply and demand, targeted placement of disabled people, the contribution of private individuals, training internships, economic and regulatory incentives to promote employment, passive labour policies (wage supplementation fund, bilateral solidarity funds, instruments to support workers' income), causes of suspension of employment (permits, leave and expectations, economic causes);
2) Trade union law: trade union freedom and organisation, collective bargaining agreement, trade union rights, right to strike and freedom to strike.
3) Labour relations law: the case of subordinate employment, traditional theories, judicial litigation on the qualification of the employment relationship, the contractual origin of the employment relationship, the requirements of the employment contract, the test agreement, non-standard forms of work, the structure of the employment contract, the legal discipline of the work performance, remuneration, resignation, consensual termination, individual and collective dismissals, special guarantees of workers' rights.
Course changes: Any changes of professorship will have to be agreed directly with the teachers of reference and will be evaluated on the basis of the reasons provided, possibly accompanied by adequate supporting documentation.
Integration Program: In the event of a transition from the Bachelor's degree course to the single-cycle Master's degree course in Law, integrations to the program will be agreed directly with the teacher and will take into account the specific objectives of the course.
Erasmus students: There are specific programmes for Erasmus students, the modalities of which will have to be agreed directly with the teacher.
Degree theses: Degree theses are usually assigned three times a year according to the methods and criteria available on the notice board in the section of Labour Law. In any case, it is preferable to have taken other examinations in the area of labour law such as Social Security Law, Labour Security Law, Trade Union Law and Industrial Relations, Advanced Labour Law, European Labour Law, Trade Liberalization and Labour rights.
Prerequisites for admission
No prior knowledge is required, except as indicated for the propaedeuticity of the teachings (private law and constitutional law) in the teaching regulations of the degree course.
Frontal lessons. The classroom lessons will be accompanied by seminars and in-depth studies dedicated to specific aspect of the subject. The lessons will begin in the first semester with a module dedicated to labour policies (active and passive) and the causes of suspension of the employment relationship, lasting a total of 20 hours; they will continue with a second module dedicated to trade union law, lasting a total of 20 hours; and will end, in the second semester, with lessons dedicated to the discipline of the employment relationship, lasting a total of 40 hours.
Students, attending and not, are required to prepare the exam on the following texts:
a) for the general part concerning labour law, A. Tursi - P.A. Varesi, Istituzioni di diritto del lavoro, Cedam, Padova, VIII ed., 2019 with exclusion of part V;
b) for the general part concerning trade union law, M. Magnani, Diritto sindacale, Giappichelli, Turin, last edition.
c) for the study of the discipline of the permanent contract with increasing protection, M.T. Carinci - A. Tursi, Jobs Act. Il contratto a tutele crescenti, Giappichelli, Turin, 2015 (only chapters I, II and III);
The study of the manual must be accompanied by direct learning of the provisions of the Constitution, the Civil Code and the fundamental special laws referred to in the textbooks. To this end, it is advisable to make use in the study of an updated collection of the main documentary sources of Labour Law. We recommend M.T. Carinci (ed.), Codice del Lavoro, Giuffré, Milan, latest edition.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The final proof of profit related to the teaching takes place in oral form and the evaluation is expressed with a mark in thirtieth, with possible praise. The oral test is aimed at ascertaining the degree of knowledge of the subject, the level of in-depth study and the quality of exposure.
Verifications in itinere of the profit will be carried out during the course and will concern the students who will regularly attend the lessons. They will be related to the topics covered in the lesson and will be articulated in the form of questionnaires characterized by closed-ended questions. The modalities will be indicated during the lesson and communicated on the ARIEL UNIMI platform in the section dedicated to teaching.