cod. 1008780

Academic year 2021/22
2° year of course - First semester
Academic discipline
Diritto del lavoro (IUS/07)
Attività formative affini o integrative
Type of training activity
30 hours
of face-to-face activities
6 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit

Learning objectives

At the end of the course the student must be able to: know the fundamental principles of trade union law, the individual employment relationship, and the regulation of the labor market; understand the distinction between employee and self-employment; know the rights of the worker, and the powers and prerogatives of the employer; know the negotiation models through which the hiring of the workforce is carried out; understand the main critical issues related to the performance and termination of the employment relationship.



Course unit content

The course deals with the main legal institutions of trade union law and the individual working relationship. The program is divided into the following points: history and evolution of trade union law; trade union freedom; the trade union organization and the collective representation of workers within the company; trade union rights; the collective agreement; strike; history and evolution of the employment relationship discipline; Employment, quasi-dependent work and self-employed work; the establishment and administration of the employment relationship; powers and duties of the parties; withdrawal and dismissal; flexible contractual types; organization and regulation of the labor market.

Full programme

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Gaeta L. (2020), Appunti dal corso di diritto del lavoro, Giappichelli, Torino. In particular, the following parts: chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XX, XXI.

Teaching methods

The course is divided into frontal lessons. During the frontal lessons the characteristics of each institution will be highlighted and the main issues related to their application and any jurisprudential orientations will be discussed.

Assessment methods and criteria

The achievement of the course objectives is ascertained through a written exam. The questions, with multiple or open answers, will be aimed at verifying the knowledge and understanding of the course contents; knowledge of the doctrinal and jurisprudential elaboration of the institutions treated; the ability to resolve concrete cases; the use of appropriate technical-legal language.
The exam is passed when the student has correctly answered at least 18 out of 30 questions.

Other information

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