Bachelor's degree in Environmental and Workplace Accident Prevention Techniques (Trento)

Health organizations and care processes - DIRITTO DEL LAVORO

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Flavio Roberto Leardini
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TPALL 3° ANNO 2° SEMESTRE AA 2015/16 dal Feb 1, 2016 al Apr 1, 2016.

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Learning outcomes

Module main aim is to explain specific structure and dynamics of labour law on the field of juridical experince and their consequencies for what is health and safety regulation of working conditions.
This is pursued by underlining the existing system of connections among legislation, collective private autonomy and individual conditions of work.
Besides, it is particurarly stressed how legal terms shall be considered not simply in common language, but in their evaluation and clarifying meaning due to the interpretation of justice courts and doctrine.


Accordingly to module aims, Labour law is set up on the ground of general points of reference of public and private right at first.
Specific topics of this part are:
- Typical distinctions of elements between public and private right for as regards: position of subjects of right, source of power of self-determining, form of will expression, relevance of reasons for choices, kinds of protections of one’s rights, basic proceedings in the two fields.
Then particular feautures of Labour law are focused, above all the peculiar role played by collettive expression of private autonomy. This is done to make it clear how state regulation, collective bargaining and individual contract of work are closely linked in the area of health and safety conditions.
In such section are described:
- The raise and acknowledgement of collective bargaining into state system of regulations provided by civil law; the prevision of collective bargaining in art. 39 Constitution; workers to whom collective agreements apply; different levels of collective agreements; relationships between law and collective agreements; relationships between collective agreements and individual job contract; second level collective agreements and innovating principles introducted in law (l. n. 148/2011).
After this, distinctions between subordinate and autonomuos work and among different forms of subordinate work of are considered in order to underline how workers conditions are changeable.
This part is developed through arguments as:
- Distinction among: independent, subordinated and personal continuously coordinated work; typical elements of distinction of subordinated work in decided cases; Jobs Act of 2015; different regulations in length of contract or working time.
Finally, the duty of preservation health and safety is seen through its connections with the system of labour law as showed by previous topics.

Assessment methods and criteria

There is an oral examination for the module. It consists of three main questions, distributed along the parts of topics groups seen above. During each answer student’s learning is tested trough connections among linked topics and references.


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