31894 - Trade Union Law and Industrial Relations Law

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SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

No poverty Decent work and economic growth Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Academic Year 2020/2021

Learning outcomes

The course is aimed at offering a critical study on the regulation of collective labour relations: knowledge of Industrial Relations System, Trade Union Law, Regulation of Employment Relationship

Course contents

The course will be focused on the following issues.

I

  • The employment relationship.
  • The trade unions law.
  • The trade union.
  • Workers' representative structures at workplaces.
  • The freedom of association (trade union) principle.
  • Trade unions' rights and representativeness.

II

  • The special procedure against employers' anti-union behaviours. Collective labour agreements typologies; in particular, the collective agreement "di diritto comune" (regulated by common private law) and in public administrations.
  • The evolution of collective bargaining and its structure.
  • Collective bargaining and the law. The organisation of employment relationship.

III

  • The right to strike, the lock-out and other industrial actions.

Readings/Bibliography

The final exam: the student has to prepare the arguments of the program above, choosing texts between those advised, provided in recent edition

F. Carinci, R. De Luca Tamajo, P. Tosi, T. Treu, Diritto del lavoro, 1, Il diritto sindacale, Utet, Torino, 2018.

M. Ballestrero, Diritto sindacale, Giappichelli, Torino, most recent edition

 

The students have to consult a a national collective agreement too: it is possible to find collective agreements in:

http://www.cnel.it/

http://www.aranagenzia.it/

 

Erasmus students: the program is completely identical.

For those who have to carry Trade Union Law (9 credits) v.o. it is necessary to make arrangements with the teacher.

Teaching methods

Lectures, in Italian language.

The course will take place through lectures for all the thematic areas referred to under the heading Programs / contents, also taking into account the contribution of the students attending the topics themselves.

Assessment methods

The exam will be held as an interview.

The interview will focus on the topics indicated in the "Program and contents" section.

Students are allowed to integrate the previously indicated program with specific in-depth studies identified directly with the teacher or according to the instructions that will be provided in class.

The evaluation of the test will be carried out taking into consideration:

• knowledge of institutional profiles;

• the ability to analyze the jurisprudential and doctrinal guidelines;

• the ability to make connections between the different parts of the program;

• the ability to develop critical arguments;

• the articulation and accuracy of the explanation.

 

Students with disabilities or specific learning disabilities (DSA): the teacher can be contacted to agree alternative and appropriate measures or tools.

 

Prerequisites

Student must take the Constitutional Law, Private Law and Law of Markets and Employment Relationships exams before taking this exam.

 

Teaching tools

 

In support of the teaching, the platform can be used
- virtuale.unibo -  for materials used during lessons
- TEAMS for distance learning

It's highly recommended enrollment in the IOL platform


DSA-BES: Students with disabilities or specific learning disabilities -the teacher can be contacted to agree alternative and appropriate measures or tools.

Office hours

See the website of Monica Navilli