For Eutekne’s magazine “La Consulenza del Lavoro”, senior partner Sergio Passerini delves into some of the novelties brought about by Legislative Decree No. 104 of 27.6.2022, the so-called Transparency Decree.
By this Decree, Italian lawmakers implemented Directive 2019/1152/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council into Italian law, regarding transparent and predictable working conditions in the European Union. The measure transposing the aforementioned directive affects various pre-existing national laws, with the aim of increasing the information that the employee is entitled to receive from his employer or principal at the start of the relationship and to ensure certain minimum guarantees during its course.
Many are the institutions involved and with which this decree requires to be confronted; among them is also the notice of dismissal or resignation.
The full version of the article is available online in the magazine La Consulenza del Lavoro by Eutekne; for more information: www.eutekne.it/sile.
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