This publication features the latest Employment developments in Italy, including updates in relation to whistleblowing, electric cars, relocation of employees and more.
On 15 July 2023 the Italian National Anti-Corruption Authority issued the new interpretative Guidelines of Legislative Decree no. 24/2023, implementing the EU Whistleblowing Directive. The new Guidelines aim at providing practical guidance to those employers that, pursuant to the new law, are now required to implement their own internal reporting channels.
Industrial action is on the rise throughout Europe; in this webinar we looked at the differences and similarities in the industrial action process across France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Poland and the UK, the potential legal remedies in each jurisdiction and the practical steps employers can take to keep the business running.
In brief This publication features the latest Employment developments in Italy. New laws and regulations Extension of the right to work remotely A new law recently extended, until 31 March 2023, the right of vulnerable employees to work in agile mode. However, the right to work remotely was not extended…