Historical evolution of trade union and the sources of law - The public actors: State and region - Trade union - Trade union freedom: general aspects - Trade union rights in the workplaces - Trade union representation at company level - Representativeness - Collective agreement: models, framework, efficacy, binding/no binding, mandatory rules - Levels of collective agreements - Collective Agreement in the public Sector - Legal system and collective bargaining – Collective bargaining – Strike: industrial action - Strike in essential public services - Case law and Constitutional Court - Lockout - Discriminatory and anti-trade unionist behavior of employer.
F. CARINCI, R. DE LUCA TAMAJO, P. TOSI, T. TREU, Diritto del lavoro - Vol. I: Il diritto sindacale, con la collaborazione di P. CAMPANELLA, F. LUNARDON, M. BROLLO, Torino, Utet, 2018. Further updates will be highlighted during the classroom. Anyway it is very important to study with a updated Labour Law Code, for example: Codice del lavoro, schemi e tabelle, edited by M.T. CARINCI, Milan, Giuffrè, 2020
Erasmus students can ask for final examination in English and, in this case, can study the following text book: Carinci F., Menegatti E., Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Italy. Update to the Jobs Act n. 183/2014 [no Chapters IV and VIII], Wolters Kluwer, Iposa-Manuali, Milan, 2015, ISBN: 9788821755170
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