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Brevi riflessioni sull’organizzazione del lavoro e delle relazioni sindacali in tempi di emergenza anti-contagio

di Ornella La Tegola, Ricercatrice dell’Università di Bari, esperta CTS di Diversità

L’emergenza Covid-19 ha imposto un adattamento dell’organizzazione del lavoro e delle misure per la tutela della salute nei luoghi di lavoro. È, infatti, il momento di riflettere sul rapporto tra le esigenze dettate dall’emergenza sanitaria e l’impianto normativo normalmente posto a tutela della salute e sicurezza dei lavoratori (ed anche della loro privacy) e sul ruolo del sindacato.

FCA-PSA: the different faces of participation

by Goffredo Michele di Palma , Mitbestimmung

The extent and transversality of participatory practices render the subject matter the focus of cyclical interventions by the political representations; apart from the necessary exceptions, these are very often rather general declarations of intent or for electoral purposes. It is more complex to analyse the causes that lead a company to adopt participatory arrangements or a government to approve rules on employee representation in corporate governance and control bodies

Gig economy and industrial relations: beyond food delivery

All trade unions show a certain dynamism in trying to intercept platform workers but unions are affected as well by a generally unbalanced public debate on forms of “on location” online work with public visibility: the issue of food delivery is mainly at the centre of trade union commitment, when, in reality, cloud work and domestic work represent more widespread forms of online work

Gig economy e relazioni industriali: oltre il food delivery

da Idea Diffusa, Sulla Strada dei Diritti, di Davide Dazzi Ires Emilia-Romagna e OpenCorporation

In una comparazione europea si rileva come le parti sindacali scontino un dibattito pubblico generale sbilanciato sulle forme di lavoro on line “on location” con visibilità pubblica: il tema del food delivery è principalmente al centro dell’impegno sindacale, quando, in realtà, il cloud work ed il lavoro domestico rappresentano forme più diffuse di lavoro on line

Let’s not be dazzled on the road to the participatory model

by Fabio di Gioia, FIOM-CGIL Workers’ Representative
at FCA headquarters in Turin and Member of the FCA European Works Council

I have read with due attention the contribution by Volker Telljohann and the related comment by Mr. Giorgio Verrecchia. As a Workers’ Representative and member of the European Works Council of the FCA Group (at least as long as such a Council existed, since the agreement has expired without being renewed) I would like to share some observations.