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In general, the aim of the modifications concerning workplace health and safety was to make prevention the priority and to increase sanctions. They are concentrated in the following regions: The measures are implemented through the system of Joint Bodies Enti Bilaterali.
Should this negotiations fail, the subcontractor shall in any commrecio ensure to the workers involved economic and normative terms vonfcommercio employment which are at least equal to those granted by the agreement for the tourism sector.
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This information is made available as a service to the public but has not been edited cmomercio the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions. The name of each relevant trade union active at national level in the sector and their overall number of members within the sector. The rules establish that rest periods enjoyed after the reference week must be of at least 24 hours and that postponement of weekly rest periods can be implemented only in a clear and defined list of circumstances.
The system is complemented by the National Joint Commerci for the Tourism Sector which has a number of general tasks, including monitoring activities.
There is no extension confcomkercio in the sector, although labour courts traditionally consider collectively agreed wage rates the yardstick to assess the appropriateness of wages and salaries, according to art. This provision is meant to increase job security for fixed-term workers in a context of high seasonality. In the last 50 years the number of hotels and restaurants constantly increased: Accessed on 28 October Density rate is regarded to be relatively low since the great majority of workplaces are rather small.
However, there is no formal extension procedure and, even in this case, the application would be limited to minimum wage rates and would exclude all other economic and normative elements.
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In particular, in the number of self-employed workers decreased in comparison to data, while the number of employees working in the sector increased see table 5. This is often considered as a sort of de facto extension mechanism.
The main sectoral social partners, which are part of the tourism confederations of Confcommercio, Confesercenti and Confindustria, underline the importance of providing sufficient economic and financial support to help strengthening the sectoral firms, which are in great majority SMEs, and to ensure the availability of the skills needed to modernise the sector and fully exploit the potential for growth. According to the social partners, these data show one of weakness points of the sector: Click to share this page to Facebook securely.
The incidence of industrial conflict in the sector is very low and stable, also because of the high presence of SMEs. Leave cconfcommercio field blank.
Estimate the coverage rate of collective bargaining in terms of xommercio companies and b employees. Industrial relations in Italy and Europe. Industrial relations in hotels and restaurant are carried out within the broader boundaries of the tourism sector.
Temporary workers are also widespread in the sector. Ipotesi di accordo per il rinnovo del CCNL per i dipendenti da aziende del settore turismo4 March In order to support local and company trade union officials, Fisascat-Cisl organised in recent years a set of training initiatives on three key innovative topics covered by the sectoral agreement: In particular, in the Confcommercio renewal, it is possible to find the following provisions: The system is funded by social contribution paid by both firms and workers.
In Italy, the hotels and restaurants sector, as other commerce and service sectors, is characterised by a significant presence of irregular and informal workers.
The three main national sectoral collective agreements are those signed by the relevant federations of the three main employer confederations which are active in the sector: Non-EU workers, according to one of the main sectoral associations Federalberghiwere 8.
In the area of employment, Federalberghi is also particularly active in disseminating information about the use of flexible work contracts, with a constant monitoring of innovations in the legislative framework. Those who are organised are mainly members of employer and business associations indicated above.
Key developments and trends in the Hotels and Restaurants: As long as they have employees, they apply the relevant collective agreements.
However, in the tourism sector, territorial bargaining is also important, notably the province level. Moreover, they require policies able to support the sector in terms of simplifying the access to credit. Fisascat, interview with Giovanni Pirulli. In some cases, proper negotiations have been started and new decentralised agreements are under negotiations at the time of writing January Source: According to Istat data, the number of workers employed in the sector in is almost the same registered in average data.
This included, for instance, the definition of training programmes that shall be followed by apprentices. See Table 4 and section 1. Commentary The hotels and restaurants sector is a key segment of the Italian economy, especially in connection with the tourism activities which characterise large areas of the country.
Employment and Industrial Relations in the Hotels and Restaurants sector
Are self-employees in the sector organised? Conversely, in terms of employment, the economic crisis has not particularly affected the sector. The diffusion of high-qualified jobs in the sector is indicated by employers and trade unions as a key factor in order to compete in a more effective way in global markets.