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  • ITALY: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – Employer FAQs

    The spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) across the globe remains a significant concern in the workplace. Employers are confronting difficult questions regarding how to handle mandatory lockdowns, safety and health rules, travel restrictions, compensation, and other employment issues.

  • Littler Global Guide - Italy - Q4 2019

    Reserve Quotas for Disabled Employees and Mass Dismissals - Precedential Decision by Judiciary or Regulatory Agency - On October 15, 2019, the Italian Supreme Court clarified Article 10 of Law No. 68 of 1999, which protects disabled individuals from dismissal at the end of a collective redundancy procedure.

  • Littler Global Guide - Italy - Q3 2019

    New Decree Law n. 101/2019, effective on September 5, 2019, introduces a minimum legal framework for gig workers, providing the applicability of the discipline of subordinate employment relationships. The remuneration of the riders can be determined on a piecework basis, but not to a prevailing extent.

  • Littler Global Guide - Italy - Q2 2019

    The Relationship Between Sickness and Paid Holiday Leave to Suspend the Period of Retention of Employment Due to Illness - Precedential Decision by Judiciary or Regulatory Agency - On April 17, 2019, the Supreme Court ruled a dismissal due to the employee exceeding the period of retention of employment in case of illness, was unlawful. The employee challenged the dismissal...

  • Littler Global Guide - Italy - Q1 2019

    The Budget Law, in force since January 1, 2019, introduced the possibility for pregnant employees to work – in the event of documented good health – until the ninth month of pregnancy, and to take compulsory maternity leave after the childbirth. Under Italian law, work is forbidden for pregnant employees for five months – so called mandatory maternity leave.

  • Littler Global Guide - Italy - Q3 2018

    Amendment to Data Protection Code Incorporates EU’s GDPR - New Legislation Enacted - As of September 19, 2018, the Italian Data Protection Code has been modified by Legislative Decree no. 101/2018, which implements the EU’s GDPR. Italy’s legislative body decided not to eliminate completely the previous Data Protection Code, but to review it in light of the GDPR.

  • Littler Global Guide - Italy - Q2 2018

    Dignity Decree Sets Standards for Fixed-Term Agreements - New Order or Decree - On July 3, 2018, Italy approved the “Dignity Decree,” which, among other things, permits fixed-term employment agreements to be made, without specifying the reasons, for a maximum period of 12 months and can be extended 4 times. Should it extend further, the motivation must be expressed in the...

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