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Unit LABOUR LAW

Course
Law
Study-unit Code
A000013
Location
PERUGIA
Curriculum
In all curricula
Teacher
Antonio Preteroti
CFU
15
Course Regulation
Coorte 2017
Offered
2018/19
Type of study-unit
Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities
Attività formativa integrata

SOURCES REGULATORY, TRADE UNION ACTIVITY AND COMMON FORM OF EMPLOYMENT

Code A000014
Location PERUGIA
CFU 9
Teacher Antonio Preteroti
Learning activities Caratterizzante
Area Laburistico
Sector IUS/07
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)

Cognomi A-L

CFU
9
Teacher
Antonio Preteroti
Teachers
  • Antonio Preteroti - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 54 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Antonio Preteroti
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The system of national and supranational sources of collective bargaining law and labor law. Legislative discipline and negotiating discipline of labor relations; Union organization and collective bargaining. - Freedom and trade union activity - Strike and lock
Reference texts
General part:
G. Santoro Passarelli, Diritto dei lavori e dell'occupazione, Giappichelli, ult. ed.
***
Monographic part:
G. Santoro-Passarelli, Il rapporto di lavoro nel trasferimento d'impresa e di articolazione funzionalmente autonoma, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014
Educational objectives
The course aims to offer the student an overview, with different degrees of in-depth analysis, of the main issues relating to the system of sources and trade union law, without neglecting the evolutionary profiles and the perspectives of condensation. The aim of the course is to develop a legal approach to the problems of everyday interest presented by the everyday reality that allows to solve every question by correctly applying the notions learned. The baggage of knowledge and experience accumulated during the lessons will allow the student to take a stand on the controversial issues and to realize the legal consequences that arise from supporting a thesis rather than another.
Prerequisites
In order to be able to understand and know how to deal with the teaching, the student must have the knowledge of the institutions of private law and constitutional law.

This precondition is valid both for attending and not attending students.
Teaching methods
Lectures or flipped lesson
Other information
Class attendance: optional but strongly recommended
Learning verification modality
Is provided a final assessment, structured into an oral examination, carried out to determine the degree of knowledge of the subject, the level of detail and the quality of the show.
Extended program
The system of national and supranational sources of labor law and labor law.
The union law
Thoughts on the history and evolution of the legislative work discipline.
The constitutional principles of labor and their implementation within the legal system.
Legislative discipline and negotiating discipline of labor relations; Union organization and collective bargaining.
Freedom and trade union activity: trade union rights in the Workers' Statute and supporting legislation.
Strike and lockout: notions, title, mode of action and limits. Strike in essential public services.

Cognomi M-Z

CFU
9
Teacher
Antonio Preteroti
Teachers
  • Antonio Preteroti - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 54 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Antonio Preteroti
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The system of national and supranational sources of collective bargaining law and labor law. Legislative discipline and negotiating discipline of labor relations; Union organization and collective bargaining. - Freedom and trade union activity - Strike and lock
Reference texts
General part:
G. Santoro Passarelli, Diritto dei lavori e dell'occupazione, Giappichelli, ult. ed.
***
Monographic part:
G. Santoro-Passarelli, Il rapporto di lavoro nel trasferimento d'impresa e di articolazione funzionalmente autonoma, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014
Educational objectives
The course aims to offer the student an overview, with different degrees of in-depth analysis, of the main issues relating to the system of sources and trade union law, without neglecting the evolutionary profiles and the perspectives of condensation. The aim of the course is to develop a legal approach to the problems of everyday interest presented by the everyday reality that allows to solve every question by correctly applying the notions learned. The baggage of knowledge and experience accumulated during the lessons will allow the student to take a stand on the controversial issues and to realize the legal consequences that arise from supporting a thesis rather than another.
Prerequisites
In order to be able to understand and know how to deal with the teaching, the student must have the knowledge of the institutions of private law and constitutional law.

This precondition is valid both for attending and not attending students.
Teaching methods
Lectures or flipped lesson
Other information
Class attendance: optional but strongly recommended
Learning verification modality
Is provided a final assessment, structured into an oral examination, carried out to determine the degree of knowledge of the subject, the level of detail and the quality of the show.
Extended program
The system of national and supranational sources of labor law and labor law.
The union law
Thoughts on the history and evolution of the legislative work discipline.
The constitutional principles of labor and their implementation within the legal system.
Legislative discipline and negotiating discipline of labor relations; Union organization and collective bargaining.
Freedom and trade union activity: trade union rights in the Workers' Statute and supporting legislation.
Strike and lockout: notions, title, mode of action and limits. Strike in essential public services.

LABOUR MARKET AND FLEXIBILITY INSTITUTIONS IN THE RELATIONSHIP

Code A000015
Location PERUGIA
CFU 6
Teacher Antonio Preteroti
Learning activities Caratterizzante
Area Laburistico
Sector IUS/07
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)

Cognomi A-L

CFU
6
Teacher
Antonio Preteroti
Teachers
  • Antonio Preteroti - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 36 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Antonio Preteroti
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
Employment relations: labour relations in general and in P.A. - content and obligations of the parties - board and officers - working hours and rest periods - special contracts - dismissals regulation
Reference texts
General part:
G. Santoro Passarelli, Diritto dei lavori e dell'occupazione, Giappichelli, ult. ed.
***
Monographic part:
G. Santoro-Passarelli, Il rapporto di lavoro nel trasferimento d'impresa e di articolazione funzionalmente autonoma, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014
Educational objectives
The course aims to provide students with an overview, with varying degrees of depth, of the main issues related to labour law, with particular attention to the analysis of the applicable law, but without neglecting the evolutionary profiles and perspectives de jure condendo. The aim of the course is to develop in students a legal method of approach to the problems of labor law interest presented by everyday reality that will resolve every question correctly applying the concepts learned. The wealth of knowledge and experience accumulated over lessons allow the student to take a position on the controversial issues and be aware of the legal consequences that derive from supporting a thesis rather than another.
Prerequisites
In order to be able to understand and know how to deal with the teaching, the student must have the knowledge of the institutions of private law and constitutional law.
This precondition is valid both for attending and not attending students.
Teaching methods
Lectures or flipped lesson
Other information
Class attendance optional but strongly recommended
Learning verification modality
Is provided a final assessment, structured into an oral examination, carried out to determine the degree of knowledge of the subject, the level of detail and the quality of the show.
Extended program
The employment and labor relations without subordination.
The distinction between employment and self-employment and the possible intervention of certification bodies for the purpose of qualifying
of employment.
The employment contract: the content and obligations of the parties.
The work obligations and powers of the employer.
The bonds pay.
The working hours and rest periods.
The events of the precedent work performance.
The legislation on the labor market.
The employment contracts of part-time, modular, flexible, and contracts for training purposes.
The new laws on fixed-term employment contract.
The administration of labor and labor law situations of reflections productive decentralization (transfer of undertaking, contract,
detachment).
The employment by the government in D. lgs. March 30, 2001, No 165.
The termination of employment and limits the power of dismissal.
The discipline of social safety nets and rules on the reduction of personnel.
The protection of the rights of providers of work and discipline of the limitation of rights and waiver transactions.

Cognomi M-Z

CFU
6
Teacher
Antonio Preteroti
Teachers
  • Antonio Preteroti - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 36 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Antonio Preteroti
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
Employment relations: labour relations in general and in P.A. - content and obligations of the parties - board and officers - working hours and rest periods - special contracts - dismissals regulation
Reference texts
General part:
G. Santoro Passarelli, Diritto dei lavori e dell'occupazione, Giappichelli, ult. ed.
***
Monographic part:
G. Santoro-Passarelli, Il rapporto di lavoro nel trasferimento d'impresa e di articolazione funzionalmente autonoma, Giappichelli, Torino, 2014
Educational objectives
The course aims to provide students with an overview, with varying degrees of depth, of the main issues related to labour law, with particular attention to the analysis of the applicable law, but without neglecting the evolutionary profiles and perspectives de jure condendo. The aim of the course is to develop in students a legal method of approach to the problems of labor law interest presented by everyday reality that will resolve every question correctly applying the concepts learned. The wealth of knowledge and experience accumulated over lessons allow the student to take a position on the controversial issues and be aware of the legal consequences that derive from supporting a thesis rather than another.
Prerequisites
In order to be able to understand and know how to deal with the teaching, the student must have the knowledge of the institutions of private law and constitutional law.
This precondition is valid both for attending and not attending students.
Teaching methods
Lectures or flipped lesson
Other information
Class attendance optional but strongly recommended
Learning verification modality
Is provided a final assessment, structured into an oral examination, carried out to determine the degree of knowledge of the subject, the level of detail and the quality of the show.
Extended program
The employment and labor relations without subordination.
The distinction between employment and self-employment and the possible intervention of certification bodies for the purpose of qualifying
of employment.
The employment contract: the content and obligations of the parties.
The work obligations and powers of the employer.
The bonds pay.
The working hours and rest periods.
The events of the precedent work performance.
The legislation on the labor market.
The employment contracts of part-time, modular, flexible, and contracts for training purposes.
The new laws on fixed-term employment contract.
The administration of labor and labor law situations of reflections productive decentralization (transfer of undertaking, contract,
detachment).
The employment by the government in D. lgs. March 30, 2001, No 165.
The termination of employment and limits the power of dismissal.
The discipline of social safety nets and rules on the reduction of personnel.
The protection of the rights of providers of work and discipline of the limitation of rights and waiver transactions.
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