LABOUR LAW

LABOUR LAW

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Code
63734
ACADEMIC YEAR
2017/2018
CREDITS
9 credits during the 3nd year of 8697 Business Administration (L-18) GENOVA

6 credits during the nd year of 8698 Maritime, Logistics and Transport Economics and Business (L-18) GENOVA

SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
IUS/07
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (Business Administration)
semester
1° Semester

OVERVIEW

Labour law is a fundamental discipline of a specialist nature. The course aims to provide the knowledge necessary for understanding the functioning of the labour market by studying the rules that govern it. For the learning of labour law students must have already acquired basic legal concepts (Private Law, Public Law).

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The course aims to provide the basic knowledge of the industrial relations system as well as of the employment law in the private sector; at the same time the course aims to provide the analytical tools necessary to understand the dynamics affecting labour relations in our country, with a methodological approach enabling students to update the study of a discipline in constant evolution.

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

The course has as its main objectives: to provide the basic and analytical tools essential for knowledge of the industrial relations system as welle as the set of rules governing the labour market. Particular attention is devoted to the study of employments contracts, social security and active and passive labour market policies.

Teaching methods

Lectures, supplemented by analysis of case law (leading cases). A  mid-term test will be reserved for students attending the course.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

Course of Labour Law (9 CFU)

Part I: Sources of labor law, with special regard to collective bargaining

Part II: Subordination, autonomy, typical and atypical employment contracts

Part. III. Fundamental workers’ rights: equality, freedom,  dignity

Part IV: The Discipline of the employment relationship. Obligations of the employee. Powers of the employer. Working time and part time. Remuneration. Suspension of the employment relationship. Termination of the employment relationship and disciplines of dismissal and collective redundancies.

Part V: Guarantees for workers' rights

Part VI. Labour market regulations and social security.

The course of Labour Law (6 CFU) is available to students who want to include it among the teachings of their choice (within the 12 CFU available for other training activities) in order to enrich their education with the acquisition of the basics of the labour market legal rules.

Part. I. Subordination, autonomy, typical and atypical employment contracts

Part. II. Fundamental workers’ rights: equality, freedom,  dignity

Part III: The Discipline of the employment relationship. Obligations of the employee. Powers of the employer. Working time and part time. Remuneration. Suspension of the employment relationship. Termination of the employment relationship and disciplines of dismissal and collective redundancies.

Part IV: Guarantees for workers' rights (Limited to waivers and transactions and prescription of the claim)

Part VI. Labour market regulations and social security (Excluding the training and training contracts)

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RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

Recommended reading: M.V. Ballestrero, G. De Simone, Diritto del lavoro, 3th edition, Gappichelli, Torino, 2017; the text takes into account the changes introduced by Legislative Decrees of 2015 (the so-called Jobs Act) and  further updates (2016/2017).  

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Ricevimento: Wednesday  10.30 - 12.30

Exam Board

MARIA VITTORIA BALLESTRERO (President)

ORSOLA RAZZOLINI

MARCO NOVELLA

GISELLA DESIMONE

STEFANO COSTANTINI

MAURIZIO FALSONE

LESSONS

Teaching methods

Lectures, supplemented by analysis of case law (leading cases). A  mid-term test will be reserved for students attending the course.

LESSONS START

Septembre 18th, 2017

ORARI

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EXAMS

Exam description

Oral examination

Assessment methods

Oral examination, consisting in the formulation of some questions that, starting from the general notions (for example: the fixed term contract), allows to verify, by further questions, whether the student has deepened the study of the subject (current discipline, controversial issues).