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Duration: One Day Price: £550 + VAT / €735/$839

**Hybrid delivery for course on 24 November. We offer both face to face and online options for this course**

Italian employment law is currently undergoing major change. If you are responsible for staff in Italy – or expect to be in the near future – now is a great time to make sure you know all about the changes taking place. 

The ‘Jobs Act’ came into force in 2015, with new rules being implemented by ‘decrees’ at various stages. Key areas of change include: 

  • New rules governing unfair dismissal
  • Reduction in the number and type of employment contracts
  • Introduction of an ‘hourly minimum salary’
  • Greater flexibility for employers to change the duties of employees
  • Changes to the rules on privacy at work and remote surveillance
  • New family-friendly measures
  • New regulations on unemployment benefits, redundancy payments and tax

Additionally, the course will cover Covid-19 employer compliance requirements, effective October 2021, including the ‘Green Pass’ and new workplace access rules. 

What will I learn? 

  • Understand the legal framework governing Italy, including latest developments and law in the pipeline 
  • Explore the cultural issues and current working conditions in Italy 
  • Get all your questions on Italian employment law answered by our legal expert 
  • Benefit from case study based learning to put the law into practice 

We offer a discount when multiple bookings are made at the same time - please contact us for details.

Book this course

Duration: One Day   |   Price for in-person attendance: £550 + VAT  |   Price for virtual attendance: £495 + VAT  
To pay in another currency, please contact us on +44 (0) 20 7549 2549 or info@bondsolon.com
 
Image of Federico Strada - Partner, DLA Piper 

Federico Strada - DLA Piper 

I am a Senior Counsel in the Employment department of DLA Piper Italy and I am based in the Milan office. Active in the labour, data protection and health and safety fields, I have gained extensive experience, assisting both Italian and international clients on domestic and cross border matters. I am also well-versed in international profiles thanks to the long time spent working with major international law firms in Milan and London. I am a regular lecturer in seminars and tutorials focusing on Italian employment law in London and am co-editor and author of the Italian chapter of "Employment Law in Europe", an extensive guide to employment law in 28 European jurisdictions. I am also a member of the Surveillance Committee, set up in compliance with Legislative decree no. 231/2001, in Italian and foreign companies. I specialise in the aviation, insurance, food, and oil and gas sectors. I gained my law degree at the University of Milan and I'm admitted to the Milan Bar.