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03/12/2015

Il lavoro personale coordinato e continuativo tra riforme e prospettive di tutela

WP C.S.D.L.E. “Massimo D’Antona”.IT – 280/2015



Il presente lavoro è destinato agli Scritti in onore di De Luca Tamajo e costituisce la rielaborazione e l’aggiornamento della relazione tenuta all’Incontro di studio su Il jobs Act e la riforma del mercato del lavoro. Unione europea, Costituzione, sistema delle fonti, che si è svolto a Pescara il 14 maggio 2015.



The paper investigates the consequences of the abrogation of so called “project work” as well as the possible protection for coordinated and continuous collaborations ("parasubordinate work"). First, the paper focuses on the interpretation of Art. 2 of Act 81/2015. It is argued that the new norm does not extend the application the of the employment law to independent workers but simply updates the notion of subordinate workers, clarifying the elements that a work performance must have to be considered subordinate. Then, the paper analyses the compatibility of the new regulations with both the Italian Constitutional Court and the ECJ case law. Finally, still focusing on the compatibility of the new regulation with the EU law framework, the paper investigates how far basic protections can be extended to formally-independent workers taking their livelihoods working integrated into a single company.

author(s): Nuzzo, Valeria
keyword(s): working paper , Italy
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