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Comercio risk factors at work, including health risks, ergonomics, violence and harassment; Measures dealing with migration including ethical recruitment; measures for the better integration of migrant workers, etc. Ipotesi di accordo per il terzuario del CCNL per i dipendenti da aziende del settore turismo4 March 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.
Federalberghi, for instance, represents some 27, hotels out of a total of around 34, Federalberghi has joined in Summer an initiative promoted by the Ministry of Labour to provide 3, two-month traineeships to young people in the south of Italy.
Federalberghi, interview with Andrea Giovanni Serra. Density rate is regarded to be relatively low since the great majority of workplaces are rather small. The major Italian employer organisations operating in the sector are organised within three main confederations which cover the commecrio tourism sector.
It is not possible to indicate the density rate in the HORECA sector since the relevant trade unions represent a broader section of the economy, which includes retail, and there are no disaggregated data.
Agreements on working time and minimum wages New provisions were introduced in to better define the weekly rest period rules with a view to avoid unnecessary postponement of rest periods. Please illustrate vcnl most important of these initiatives.
Employment and Industrial Relations in the Hotels and Restaurants sector
Ipotesi di accordo per il rinnovo del contratto collettivo nazionale di lavoro per i dipendenti da aziende del settore turismo20 February ; Confindustria: There are some other minor collective agreements in the sector whose relevance in terms of coverage is marginal, if any.
Decentralised bargaining at province level is present in only certain areas, especially those with a strong tourist tradition, like the provinces of Ccno, Rome and Laziothe provinces of Marche and mountain locations such as the provinces of Belluno, Bozen and Sondrio.
Measures dealing with migration including any agreements on ethical recruitment; measures for the better integration of migrant workers, etc. Federalberghi also showed an increasing use of supplementary or additional work lavoro accessorioITF: The license will certify the technical professional validity of companies or autonomous workers according to established criteria such as training.
Promotion of employment for young workers In recent years, collective bargaining focused on the commercio of apprenticeships as the prevalent way of entry into employment in the tourism sector. The system is funded by social contribution paid by both firms and workers. At national level, which trade unions and employers organisations are involved in the negotiations of collective agreements?
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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. Click to share this page to Facebook securely.
The agreement also includes provisions on income-support measures for workers of companies undergoing restructuring and reorganisation processes as well as for the integration of the unemployment allowance paid by Inps. The main Italian trade unions operating in the sector are: In SummerFilcams-Cgil launched a national campaign against undeclared work in the tourism sector: An important feature of industrial relations in the HORECA sector is the presence and the importance of Joint Bodies Enti Bilaterali which are usually set up at regional level and are responsible for the provision of a number of services, including training, social security, and health insurance.
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. In particular, the legislative decree strengthened measures aimed to prevent accidents at work, enabling for instance commdrcio joint bodies to verify the adoption and setting up of company organisational models connected with accident prevention.
The industry-wide agreement includes travel and tourism activities, which are outside the scope of this study.
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The incidence of industrial conflict in the sector is very low and stable, also because of the high presence of SMEs. Vocational education and training systems should be enriched and the transition from school to work should be more effective.
The Hotels and Restaurants sector is characterised by a high level of fragmentation along different dimensions: The tripartite EU agency providing knowledge to assist in the development of better social, employment and work-related policies. Terziarik information is made available as a service to the public but has not been edited by 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. Seasonal work and working hours Italy ranks high in the European Union in terms of the incidence of seasonal tetziario, especially in the Hotels and Accommodation sector. At the same time, unions believe that atypical workers — who are a revelant part of sectoral employment see below for data — need more effective measures able to support them during the unemployment periods.
Labour Force Survey, Conversely, in terms of employment, the economic crisis has not particularly affected the sector. 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: