The course assumes knowledge of Labour law.
The course aims to provide the cognitive tools to understand the rules in force in the field of labour relations, as analyzing the role of collective bargaining and concertative policies on the regulation of labour relations and labour market.
In the course - with regard to the Trade union law - will be addressed the following issues:
the industrial relations system and its evolution; collective bargaining: the evolution of the system, structure and contents; the trade union organization; representation and representativeness and the new rules on representation; organization and trade union activity in the workplace; consultation and social dialogue; the collective conflict: the strike; the strike in essential public services.
Introduction to Industrial Relations.
Relationship between trade unions.
Trade unions and political parties.
Trade unions and governmental organs.
Conflicts in industrial relations.
Collective bargaining as a IR tool.
Participation of workers.
Interconfederal, category and corporate bargaining.
The Fiat case.
The problem of trade union representation.
The Ilva case and other cases of international significance.
Consultation and social dialogue.
Flexibility and trade unions in Europe.
IR convergence in Europe.
Industrial Revolutions and Industry 4.0.
G.P. Cella, T. Treu; Relazioni industriali e contrattazione collettiva, Il Mulino, last edition.
Additional essays given by the teacher
Final examination: oral examination