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  • Drafting terms and conditions of employment
  • Drafting employee hand books
  • Drafting codes of practice, including email and internet use
  • Drafting disciplinary codes and employment procedures
  • Termination of employment and related disciplinary procedures
  • All aspects of the relevant employment and equality legislation
  • Health and safety legislation and regulations
  • Representation before the employment tribunals and the courts
  • Termination and severance agreements
  • The transfer of undertakings regulations
  • Rationalization of employment
  • Implementation of new management structures
  • Contractual interpretation and revision of employee benefits

 

 

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The goal of labor laws is to equalize the bargaining power between employers and employees. Legal Advisor role of our law firm in Italy (Milan, Bologna, Rome) in the typical transaction is giving guidance. The Italian laws primarily deal with the relationship between employers and unions. Labor laws grant employees the right to unionize, and allows employers and employees to engage in certain activities (e.g. strikes, picketing, seeking injunctions, lockouts) so as to have their demands fulfilled. Employment law is a broad area encompassing all areas of the employer/employee relationship except the negotiation process covered by labor law and collective bargaining. Employment law consists of several state laws worldwide, administrative regulations, and judicial decisions. Many employment laws (e.g., minimum wage regulations) were enacted as protective labor legislation. Other employment laws take the form of public insurance, such as unemployment compensation. Specific areas within the broad category of employment law covered under their own topical entries include:

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  • Collective Bargaining

  • Employment Discrimination
  • Unemployment Compensation
  • Pensions
  • Workplace Safety
  • Worker's Compensation

On other side, Employment Discrimination laws seek to prevent discrimination based on race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, and age by employers. There is also a growing body of law preventing or occasionally justifying employment discrimination based on sexual orientation. Discriminatory practices include bias in hiring, promotion, job assignment, termination, compensation, and various types of harassment.

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