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Connected Work. Law n. 183/2010

On 9 November 2010 it was published in the Official Gazette the Law n. 183/2010, containing "Delegations to the Government in matters of strenuous work, the reorganization of entities, leave, expectations and permits, social safety nets, employment services, employment incentives, apprenticeships, female employment, as well as measures against undeclared work and provisions on public employment and labor disputes", commonly referred to as "Connected work”.

With the Connected Work, Parliament has innovated numerous cases, among which those concerning "Sickness certificates” (art. 25 L. 183/2010), “General clauses and certification of the employment contract” (art. 30 Law 183/2010), “Conciliation and Arbitration” (art. 31 Law 183/2010), “Forfeitures and provisions on fixed-term employment contracts" (Article 32 of Law 183/2010) and "Provisions regarding coordinated and continuous collaborations” (art. 50 Law 183/2010).

The art. 25 of law 183/2010 provides that "in order to ensure a complete picture of sickness absence in the public and private sectors, as well as an effective sickness control system, as of 1 January 2010, in all cases of sick leave of employees of private employers, the provisions of art. 55 septies of the legislative decree 30 March 2001, n. 165”.

It is good to state that theprocess approval of the law in question was somewhat troubled, since the promulgation of the law was reached following both a referral to Parliament by the Head of State, and harsh protests by the social partners.

This presumably meant that the law had a reference date considerably earlier than the entry into force of the same law, which in the long run will lead to many problems of interpretation of the law.

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