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Subject: LABOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONS (A.A. 2023/2024)

master degree course in ECONOMICS AND LAW FOR THE ORGANIZATIONS' SUSTAINABILITY

Course year 1
CFU 6
Teaching units Unit Unico
Law (lesson)
  • TAF: Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class SSD: IUS/07 CFU: 6
Teachers: Massimo LANOTTE
Exam type oral
Evaluation final vote
Teaching language Italiano
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Teachers

Massimo LANOTTE

Overview

The course aims to deepen the issues relating to the employment relationship with public administrations, analyzing the legal and collective-contractual discipline.
At the end of the course the student should be able to understand and solve the main legal problems connected with the management of public employment relationships and with the interpretation of legislative and contractual data, examining and coordinating, for this purpose, the various sources of regulation, legal, contractual and jurisprudential.
For further details of the learning objectives, please refer to the section on Expected learning outcomes.

Admission requirements

Although there are no general preparatory courses, the understanding of the notions, concepts and principles of teaching is facilitated by a preliminary basic knowledge of notions of labor law and, more generally, of the legal field.

Course contents

1. (1.5 CFU - 12 hours): The privatization of the public sector. Collective bargaining. The strike in essential public services.
2. (2 credits - 16 hours): Personnel recruitment. The flexible contractual forms. Collaborations and self-employment services.
3. (1 CFU - 8 hours): Personnel classification systems. The public management.
4. (1.5 CFU - 12 hours): The development and termination of the employment relationship: the evaluation systems; employee obligations and disciplinary liability; working time; the suspension of the relationship; mobility; redundancies; the dismissal.

Teaching methods

The course includes face-to-face lessons with exercises on jurisprudential cases. Attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended. Teaching takes place in Italian. By choice of the Department of Communication and Economics, all classroom lessons will be recorded and made available to students on the departmental platform ONELab (http.//www.onelab.unimore.it/site/home.html).

Assessment methods

The verification of learning includes an oral interview of about 30 minutes. During the interview, the knowledge of the topics covered during the course will be verified through 3/4 questions; each question will be evaluated out of thirty and the final grade will be the result of the average of the grades attributed to the individual answers.

Learning outcomes

Knowledge and understanding: through classroom lessons, guided readings and discussions of jurisprudential cases, the student learns the legal methodology to get to know the main institutes that regulate the employment relationship in the public administration and acquires the ability to understand the doctrinal material and jurisprudential.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: through the exercises, the student is able to apply the acquired knowledge to the solution of practical cases.
Judgment autonomy: through collegial discussions on jurisprudential cases, the student is able to understand, critically discuss and expose the proposed solutions.
Communication skills: collegial discussions allow you to develop the ability to present the proposed solutions effectively and concisely; to express the concepts learned with appropriate language and to support a discussion on the topics covered.
Learning skills: the activities described allow the student to acquire the methodological tools to operate in the legal context relating to the discipline of public work and to be able to independently provide for their own updating.

Readings

L. Galantino, continuato da M. Lanotte, Diritto del lavoro pubblico, Torino, Giappichelli, 2019.