By Tindara Addabbo, Giovanni Solinas
The foreign literature on non-standard employment has quite often focussed on its impression on employment, and extra lately on operating and residing stipulations. This quantity explores those matters with unique connection with Italy. Italy is characterised by means of very low participation premiums (particularly women’s), a excessive measure of fragmentation of labour contracts and a really excessive non-standard paintings diffusion that make this context a very attention-grabbing case for research. New components of dialogue are supplied with connection with the interplay of non-standard paintings, employment chance and residing stipulations. attention-grabbing insights at the influence of non-standard paintings at the transition to strong employment and employees’ careers emerge, suggesting a potential failure of businesses’ inner structures of labor overview. the consequences on labour productiveness and on businesses’ functionality are analysed. inside this framework, a brand new point of view on caliber of labor is advised.
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