At the end of the course the student is required to be able:
- to understand the legal meaning of the employment relationship and its place in the wider system of national and European legal systems;
- to understand the legal meaning of the employment relationship and its role within the broader system of national and European legal systems;
- to know the fundamental principles governing the employment relationship, its distinction from self-employment and its interaction with the right of association;
- to know the content of workers' rights; powers and the prerogatives of the employer; the contractual models through which workforce is hired;
- to know the principles ant rules regulating the labour market, in particular the role played by European law;
- to interpret legal texts dealing with labour law matters. In particular the decisions delivered by European and national courts;
- to solve legal question dealing with trade unions actions and the employment relationship.