Master's degree in Nursing and Obstetrics (Verona)

Diritto, economia sanitaria e responsabilita' professionale - DIRITTO DEL LAVORO

Course code
4S007226
Name of lecturer
Marco Peruzzi
Number of ECTS credits allocated
2
Other available courses
Academic sector
IUS/07 - LABOUR LAW
Language of instruction
Italian
Period
LMSIO VR - 1° ANNO 1° SEM. dal Nov 14, 2019 al Mar 14, 2020.

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Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

The course aims at providing the student with the instruments for identifying, understanding and using the regulatory sources, case law and administrative acts concerning labour law, with particular attention to the differences between the private and public sector.

Syllabus

1. The purpose of labour law and its evolvement, in the Italian and EU legal systems.
2. Constitutional principles. Article 97 Const. and the regulation of employment relationships in the public sector.
3. Distinction between subordination and self-employment; typical and atypical jobs; collaborations;
4. The hiring process
5. The regulation of the employment relationship: the employers’ powers (of instruction, control and disciplinary) and their limits. Differences between public and private sector.
6. Dismissals and protections against unlawful dismissals. Differences between public and private sector.
7. Pay.

Assessment methods and criteria

The assessment of learning outcomes includes:
- For attending students, an oral examination and a written text on the topics dealt with during classroom lessons.
- For non-attending students, an oral examination on the entire programme as presented in the textbooks.

Objectives of examinations

For attending students, the oral examination aims at assessing the capacity of the student to link the theoretical and regulatory framework with practical issues and problems, and solve case-study with coherent and proper legal language and reasoning.

For attending students, the written text aims at assessing the student’s knowledge of the programme topics, as dealt with in classroom lessons.

For non-attending students, the oral examining, which focuses on on the entire programme as presented in the textbooks, aims at assessing their knowledge, their capacity to use proper language, to select and analyse the key-topics of the subject, to develop links between the topics through legal reasoning.

Content and modalities of the examinations

For attending students, the oral examination focuses on the analysis of a specific case-study, given to the student in advance. The related mark is expressed in thirtieth.
For attending students, the written text focuses on the topics dealt with during classroom lessons, with both open-ended questions and multiple-choice questions. The related mark is expressed in thirtieth.
The final mark results from a balance of the two marks.
For non-attending students the oral exam focuses on the programme as presented in the textbooks. The final mark is expressed in thirtieth.





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