Legal matters

Types Of Contracts A Company Can Apply:

  • Open-term contract (Contratto a tempo indeterminato).
  • Fixed-term contract.
  • Part-time contract.
  • Coordinate and continuative collaboration contract.
  • Staff leasing for a fixed term contract
  • Job on call, slef-employment contract (for consultant), agency collaboration, contracts, introduction agreement contract, internship contract.
  • Apprenticeship contract.

 

Employment Contracts:

In general, employment contracts do not have to follow specific compulsory provisions, some specific information has to be in written form. Written form is required to:

  • Prove employment relationship;
  • Implement validity of provisions, for example fixed-term contract or part-time contract.

 

Employees must be informed of:

  • Work place;
  • Tasks or activities assigned and economical treatment;
  • Working hours;
  • Destination of severance indemnity;
  • Privacy data processing.

Labour Authorities:

‘The Italian Labour system provides three main authorities for labour and welfare matters:

i. the Italian authority which manages compulsory insurance against accidents and diseases due to work activity is INAIL; ù

ii. the National Social Insurance Institute which provides pension payments and other various services (e.g. sickness) is called INPS;

iii. local Labour Governments, (“DTL”).’

PricewaterhouseCoopers Report, ‘‘What About Italy?’ ‘Chapter 23, Labour law and key employment related issues’, page 202.’

 

For more information regarding Legal Matters in Milan, refer to the PricewaterhouseCoopers Report, ‘What About Italy?’ ‘Chapter 23, Labour law and key employment related issues’. Click here to download the Report.