Decreto Lavoro — a new labour reform in Italy
On 13 May 2014, the House of Representatives in Italy voted on, and passed, a new Italian Labour Decree — known in Italian as the Decreto Lavoro — that will reform some of the regulations currently governing the Italian labour market.
The Decreto Lavoro Law No. 78 is the first step of Matteo Renzi’s Jobs Act, which began its run on 20 March 2014.
How will this new Italian Labour Decree impact businesses in Italy and the management of the workforce?…
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