Participants: Maximum 25
London: 24th April 2018
Price: £550 + VAT
If you are responsible for staff in Italy – or expect to be in the near future – now is a great time to make sure you know all about the changes taking place.
Italian Employment Law is undergoing major changes. The 'Jobs Act' came into force on 1 March 2015 and new rules will be implemented by ‘decrees’ at various stages.
Key areas of change include:
And that is just the start. So, if your company is setting up office in Italy – or already has existing operations – then there is no better time to get to grips with key Italian employment laws.
“ Very informative, worthwhile and useful ”
Janice Wass, HR International Assignments Manager, AgustaWestland
“ Very good ”
Niru Subramanian, HR Director, Enghouse Interactice
“ Very detailed and informative ”
Richard Waterhouse, HR Director, Synergy Health Plc
“ Covered all main topics needed ”
Adam Triggs, HR BP, Lloyd's of London
“ Very engaging, flexible style allowing for a lot of questions ands answers ”
Sarah Chambers, Jaguar Land Rover
“ Excellent - an engaging presenter supported by good quality materials ”
Janice Wilson Pinchin, MOD
Registration and coffee
An overview of the employment law framework in Italy
Recruiting staff and making employment contracts
Lunch and networking
Day-to-day employee management, discipline and grievances
The new legislation: Termination of employment and its consequences
Working with the Works Council
What's on the horizon?
Final Questions and Answers
Close of seminar
I am a Senior Counsel in the Employment department of DLA Piper Italy and I am based in the Milan office. Active in the labour, data protection and health and safety fields, I have gained extensive experience, assisting both Italian and international client, on domestic and cross border matters. I am also well-versed in international profiles thanks to the long time spent working with major international law firms in Milan and London. I am a regular lecturer in seminars and tutorials focusing on Italian Employment law in London and is co-editor and author of the Italian chapter of "Employment Law in Europe", an extensive guide to employment law in 28 European jurisdictions. I am also a member of the Surveillance Committee, set up in compliance with Legislative decree no. 231/2001, in Italian and foreign companies. I specialise. in the aviation, insurance, food and oil & gas sectors. I gained my law degree at the University of Milan and I'm admitted to the Milan Bar.
Company directors, personnel and HR managers, employee relations professionals, in-house counsel, lawyers, line managers and anyone with responsibility for staff in Italy
Receive a 20% discount when you book more than one event, or book more than one person on the same event. Please note this discount only applies to the lesser priced booking and when all bookings are placed together.
You are entitled to a 25% discount on your booking if you are a registered charity. This discount will show on your invoice once your booking is submitted. You will need your charity registration number for the booking form.
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