cod. 1011672

Academic year 2023/24
5° year of course - Second semester
Academic discipline
Diritto del lavoro (IUS/07)
A scelta dello studente
Type of training activity
Student's choice
36 hours
of face-to-face activities
6 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit

Learning objectives

The course aims to provide students achieving an adequate legal
knowledge of the workplace and of the dynamics of relations and labor in
the public sector.
The course aims to provide knowledge about fundamental and basic legal
framework of work, with particular regard to the formation, conduct and
termination of the employment relationship, in order to understand the
functioning of the employment in the individual contract and in the
industrial relations in the public sector.
The program aims to provide an in-depth knowledge and understanding
of the issues of the powers and duties of the employer, as well as the
related obligations and rights of the worker.
Providing students not only a knowledge base for further study of the
matter, the course aims to give a set of competences for working in
public administration, as well as to the profession of consultant, auditor
or accountant.
Topics allow students to acquire:
- Knowledge of the basics of the main legal instruments governing labor
- Independent judgment skills on the needs for flexibility and employees
and on protections for workers;
- Ability to learn and organize the legal reasoning and expose it orderly.


It is recommended to have taken the exams in private law, constitutional law and administrative law

Course unit content

Sources of the subject; civil servant relationship (duties and supervision
of managerial control and disciplinary powers, recruitment; flexibility and
mobility, leadership, jurisdiction and dispute management); right of
association (trade union representation and representation at national
level and in the workplace, the bargaining process, effectiveness validity
and interpretation of collective agreements). The strike in essential public

Full programme


Recommended texts for the purpose of examination preparation
Franco Carinci, Alessandro Boscati, Sandro Mainardi
Diritto del lavoro nelle pubbliche amministrazioni, Giappichelli, 2021

Teaching methods

The course consists in a frontal lessons.
During the teaching activity the characteristics of each institution will be highlighted, as well as the general issues related to their application will be discussed; in particular, some jurisprudential cases will be presented and discussed, among the most relevant in reference to the institutions dealt with during the lessons.

Assessment methods and criteria

The final exam consists in a oral test.
During the exam, students will be asked at least two questions aimed at verifying:
- the knowledge and the comprehension of the contests of the course;
- the knowledge of the doctrinal and case law matters;
- the capability of solving concrete cases.
- the use of an appropriate technical and legal language;
Sufficient will be achieved when the student has shown knowledge, understanding of the institutes and the ability to apply theoretical knowledge to concrete cases.

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