The # Covid19 emergency has catapulted us into a world where smart working / remote working has become the ordinary way of carrying out work for millions of Italians.
How will workers’ rights change?
Digital work in the gig economy and on platforms: discipline of Smart working and crowdworking
Lecturer: Alessandro Veltri, lawyer of the Rome bar, Phd in Labor Law. Member of the Italian Association of Labor Law and Social Security (AIDLASS), he actively collaborates with numerous legal journals, as well as being one of the coordinators of the Collective Bargaining Observatory of the Journal of Labor, and is the author of numerous articles and essays on the subject of labor law and social security.
App, geolocation and presence detection and remote controls
Lecturer: Ciro Cafiero, Founding Partner of Cafiero Pezzali and Associates Law Firm, who received the international award “Le Fonti Awards 2018” as “Legal Team of the Year, Boutique of Excellence, Labor Law Consultancy” and the international award “Le Fonti Awards 2019 “as” Legal Team of the Year Boutique of Excellence, Industrial and Trade Union Relations “. Lecturer in labor law, he writes on labor law and industrial relations, in scientific journals and in various newspapers. He is a member of the Higher Political Education School of “La Civiltà Cattolica” promoted by the Jesuit order.
Technological evolution and dismissal for justified objective reason
Lecturer: Felice Testa, Associate Professor of Labor Law at the European University of Rome, Lawyer registered in the national list of Cassation Lawyers, in the context of his professional activity he is a permanent consultant of Federcasse and other entities of the Cooperative Credit for trade union relations and the regulation of labor relations.