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La titolarità congiunta del diritto di sciopero

WP C.S.D.L.E. “Massimo D’Antona”.IT – 183/2013

In corso di pubblicazione in L. Corazza, R. Romei (a cura di), Diritto del lavoro in trasformazione, Bologna, il Mulino.

The essay argues that a strike is a complex event which is always carried out by two parties: the individual worker and a body of workers possessing, in the context of the strike demands, a minimum representative capacity, which justifies collective action. Here we are witnessing the inextricable coexistence of individual and collective interests within the same legal instance, hence it is correct to refer to shared entitlement, meaning that the right should be exercised by both parties by common consent. The collective entity values the upholding of the collective interest while the individual values the individual interest. If the latter participates in the collectively-organised withholding of labour, a commonality is achieved which represents the legal condition required to determine the suspension of the work relationship. 

author(s): Nogler, Luca
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