Management of individual and collective employment contracts

A.Y. 2020/2021
Overall hours
Learning objectives
The course aims at providing students with an overview of the impact of Covid-19 on the world of work, highlighting in particular its impacts on the management both of individual and collective labour relations.
Expected learning outcomes
By the end of the course, students should:
- Have advanced knowledge of the topic.
- Be able to identify and analyse the legal issues related to the topic;
- Be able to apply the examined legal tools to the solution of practical cases.
- Think about the topic in a critical way.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
Second semester
Because of Covid-19, the lessons will be held on Microsoft Teams and followed both synchronously and asynchronously because they will be recorded.
Both the programme and the material will not be changed by the Covid-19 emergency.
Because of Covid-19 the evaluation will be done through an oral examination by Microsoft Teams.
Course syllabus
This course aims at providing students with an overview of the impact on the world of work of the health emergency that has hit the country since the early 2020. The quarantine measures introduced to contain the virus are in fact causing an important economic shock not only on the supply side (due to the interruption and/or slowdown of a large part of both production and services), but also on the side of workers (due to the forced inactivity of a large part of the workforce, with inevitable repercussions on consumption). The aforesaid scenario requires a rethinking of the management both of individual and collective labour relations.
The course therefore aims at examining them in the light of Covid-19, highlighting impacts, criticalities and possible reforms.
Prerequisites for admission
No prerequisites required.
Teaching methods
The teaching will be delivered through frontal lessons (supported by slides downloadable from ARIEL) in which a constant interaction with the students will be required.
The attendance is recommended.
Teaching Resources
Students are required to study the material available on ARIEL.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The expected learning outcomes will be ascertained through an oral exam which will tend to verify the student's ability to apply the knowledge acquired in class.
To pass the exam an assessment of at least 18/30 is required.
The final grade may be refused by the students who will be allowed to resit the exam the next session.
The evaluation criteria will be related to the student's ability in re-elaborating the notions acquired.
IUS/07 - LABOUR LAW - University credits: 9
Lessons: 63 hours
Mon 11:00
Dipartimento di diritto del lavoro
by appointment
on Microsoft-Teams