Labour Law (M-Z)
Labour Law (M-Z)
Anno accademico 2023/2024
- Codice attività didattica
- Vincenzo Cangemi (Titolare del corso)
Giovanni Gaudio (Titolare del corso)
- Corso di studio
- Laurea in Global Law and Transnational Studies - a Torino (D.M. 270/2004) [0707L31]
- 3° anno
- Secondo semestre
- SSD attività didattica
- IUS/07 - diritto del lavoro
- Tipologia esame
The teaching is part of the legal learning area of the Bachelor's degree in Global law and transnational studies. It aims to provide students with basic knowledge regarding employment relationships that are functional to acquiring skills in human resources management within multinational organizations. In particular, the main elements of union and labor relations will be explored from an international and comparative perspective, highlighting the multi-level nature of worker's rights protection.
Risultati dell'apprendimento attesi
Students will be able to possess a good knowledge of union and labor relations, understanding the specificities deriving from the concrete International or European context in which they are placed. They will also acquire the ability to identify the legal framework of the employment relationship from a multi-level perspective, integrating new knowledge with previously acquired legal skills. Furthermore, they will able to acquire with a certain degree of autonomy the ability to solve the problems that arise in the multinational context in which they will operate, through the application of learned legal concepts. Lastly, students will be able to adequately use the legal language and the specific language of labour law. The possession of such skills will be subject to verification as indicated under the examination procedures section.
1) Introduction to labour law. Origins, sources, general principles.
2) Trade unions, collective bargaining and the right to strike.
3) Subjects: the worker. The concept of subordination. Distinctions employee/worker/self-employed (with a focus on platform work as a case study). Worker’s obligations.
4) Subjects: the employer. Employer’s powers and prerogatives (control, discipline and surveillance, with a focus on remote monitoring and AI tools).
5) Flexible working arrangements (general introduction). Outsourcing (multiparty work arrangements such as subcontracting and agency work). Fixed-term employment contracts.
6) Remuneration (basic income and minimum wage). Working time. Holidays and other leaves.
7) Discrimination in the workplace.
8) Termination of the employment relationship. General principles (dismissals and resignations). Individual dismissals. Collective dismissals.
9) Transfer of undertakings.
Modalità di insegnamento
The teaching is structured in 54 hours, divided into 2-hour lessons according to the academic calendar. Frontal teaching consists of lectures and discussion of jurisprudential cases in the classroom. Attendance is optional but recommended, and the final exam will be the same for all students, regardless of whether they attended the course or not.
Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento
Written exam with three open-ended questions on topics covered in the program aimed at verifying the achievement of the following learning objectives: ability to organize knowledge of the course content; ability to solve practical cases by making connections between the different learned topics; quality of the presentation with particular reference to the use of legal and specific language of the subject matter.
Attività di supporto
The teachers can be contacted via email for requests for clarification and are available for in-person or remote meetings via Webex, upon request for an appointment.
Testi consigliati e bibliografia
At the beginning of the lectures, the teachers will communicate the necessary bibliographic material for the study of the course, which will be the same for attending and nonattending students.
On the Moodle platform of the teaching, in addition to the slides, case law judgments, or provisions of the Data Protection Authority discussed during the lesson will be made available. These texts are an integral part of the examination program for all students.