Italy - New framework for bargaining agreed - March 31, 2018

The central organisations of employers and workers, agreed on what could become a historic agreement. The deal between on the one hand employers’ organisation Confindustria, on the other hand the three trade union confederations CGIL, CISL and UIL will lead to new contractual arrangements and industrial relations. The negotiations started a year and a half ago. The framework agreement that has been negotiated should become an instrument in the fight against what is called ‘contractual dumping’, the phenomenon of contractual arrangements signed by non-representative organisations.

Read on: in Italian …   The agreed document: in Italian …

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