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Recent Supreme Court decisions on validity of dismissals

Italy - June 29 2016 The Supreme Court recently issued three decisions regarding the validity of dismissals following Disciplinary procedures and the evaluation of

First impressions of recent labour law reforms

Italy - November 4 2015 A series of labour law reforms were recently passed by Parliament, including amendments to Section 4 of the Workers' Statute

Supreme Court rules on dismissal for economic reasons

Italy - December 21 2016 A recent Supreme Court decision found that an employer can dismiss an employee for economic reasons only if he or she cannot be assigned to a

Court rules on transfer of undertaking and change of contractor

European Union, Italy - November 2 2016 In a recent trial court case, an employee applied for reinstatement by a new contractor - which had taken over the loading and unloading contract at

Disciplinary proceedings and access to company documents

Italy - December 16 2015 The Supreme Court recently issued a decision regarding disciplinary proceedings during which the employer did not make the documents that informed the

Supreme Court finds dismissal unlawful due to use of investigator to monitor job performance

Italy - July 18 2018 The Supreme Court recently found that a dismissal for just cause is unlawful if the employer uses an investigator to monitor an employee's job

Employees can be dismissed if job is eliminated in company reorganisation

Italy - May 9 2018 The Supreme Court recently found that in the case of a dismissal of an executive due to cost reductions, the main requirement is that the company's

Supreme Court finds that employees not granted right to continue employment with new contractor

European Union, Italy - March 8 2017 In a recent decision, the Supreme Court stated that in the case of a change of contractor, employees of the previous contractor are not automatically

Supreme Court rules on dismissal for economic reasons

Italy - December 21 2016 A recent Supreme Court decision found that an employer can dismiss an employee for economic reasons only if he or she cannot be assigned to a

Court rules on transfer of undertaking and change of contractor

European Union, Italy - November 2 2016 In a recent trial court case, an employee applied for reinstatement by a new contractor - which had taken over the loading and unloading contract at