Italy - Unions against reintroduction of voucher idea - May 31, 2017

Trade union confederation CGIL has announced fierce opposition against the idea to reintroduce work vouchers to pay for occasional work. The union will appeal in that case to the Constitutional Court. CGIL collected enough signatures to trigger a referendum on scraping the vouchers, a reason for the government to scrap the plans early 2017. A plan has been circulated to come up with a modified system with a French-style payment booklet and a new contract for occasional work for small businesses.

English: http://www.gazzettadelsud.it/news/english/246126/constitutional-appeal-if-vouchers ...   

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