|Tipo di tesi||Tesi di dottorato di ricerca|
|Titolo||ASPETTI PROCESSUALI DELLA CERTIFICAZIONE DEI CONTRATTI DI LAVORO|
|Titolo in inglese||PROCEDURAL ASPECTS OF THE CERTIFICATION ON LABOUR CONTRACT|
|Settore scientifico disciplinare||IUS/07 - DIRITTO DEL LAVORO|
|Corso di studi||Scuola internazionale di D.R. in RELAZIONI DI LAVORO|
|Data inizio appello||2015-03-27|
|Disponibilità||Accessibile via web (tutti i file della tesi sono accessibili)|
Il passaggio da un sistema contrattuale fondato su un limitato numero di tipologie di cui il lavoro a tempo pieno e indeterminato costituiva la regola e le altre solo eccezioni ad un sistema caratterizzato da una moltitudine di contratti e dalla crescente possibilità di autoregolamentare lo svolgimento del rapporto di lavoro aumenta di per sè la possibile conflittualità tra le parti. Si avverte, pertanto l’esigenza di strumenti deflattivi che consentano una definizione stabile della qualificazione del contratto, prevenendo così possibili contenziosi.
The transition from a contractual system based on the permanent contract such as the common form of employment relationship to a new system characterized by a myriad of different labour contracts and an improving possibilities to self-regulation, increases the conflict between the parts. This justifies a requirement of new instruments for reducing the load of litigation on the legal nature of labour contract. The article 75 of d.lgs 276/2003 introduced the certification of employment relationships to reduce the litigation on qualification of atipical labour contracts with a voluntary procedure, highlighting the link between the polymorphous of contractual schemes and the deflaction aim. The certification may allow the exact information about rights and obbligation of the contracting parties providing the protection of the employees weakness non only by a judicial qualification but also by a form of private anticipated control of labour regulation, provided that the certification is appealable in a civil judgement in accordance with Constitutional law. Scolars underlined that the instability of certification could come to naught considering the fact that labour litigation concerned in largest part the patological difference between the abstract model and the practical implementation, such as issue that the certification cannot resolve. Other scolars highlight that the certification could intimidated workers on the possiblity to appeal it even when the labour relationship may be attributed to the permanent labour scheme which caused bad deflaction. It’s also undeniable that certification as an administrative act isn’t incontestable evidence, for this reason its judiciary endurance is very unstable. The above leads to consider certification useless or even damaging but this would mean underestimating an important factor: the assistance and the expert advice of the certification commission to the parties. The originary function that the Libro bianco appointed to this institute was to support parties in the dismissal of rights or the so-called derogabilità assistita (assisted derogation). This function wasn’t recovered in the d.lgs. 276/2003 (so called Biagi’s Law) and so the consultancy of the commission doesn’t consist in a assisted derogation but in a ordinary activities of qualifying labour contract or recognizing it to the legal scheme. The certification has also a marketing effect: a sort of quality mark for the compliance program. This dissertation analyses procedural aspects of certification in order to understand whether this institute can be of any use not necessary connected to reducing the load of litigation by means of the certification judiciary endurance.