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UNI Global Union releases principles for collective bargaining to advance remote workers’ rights

UNI Global Union

The rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus since February 2020, and the subsequent lockdowns, has accelerated the rise of remote work. To support trade unions around the world who are negotiating working conditions for this growing trend, UNI Global Union – with the support of UNI Finance, UNI ICTS and UNI P&M – organised a high-level webinar on 23 February 2021 to launch the UNI key principles to advance remote workers’ rights.

The challenges of Smart Working: an issue to be problematized

Tania Scacchetti, Confederal Secretary CGIL National

The interpretation given of Smart Working changes according to the subjective conditions of those who practice it and according to the organizational methods with which it is proposed. For this reason, it is useful to avoid generalizations and pause to reflect on and investigate some of the points and issues that this transformation raises, also starting from the reading of the agreements that, fortunately and despite the absence of legislative obligations, are being signed in many countries.

Le sfide dello Smart Working: un tema da problematizzare

di Tania Scacchetti, Segretaria Confederale Cgil Nazionale

La lettura che si dà dello Smart Working cambia a seconda delle condizioni soggettive di chi lo pratica e a seconda delle modalità organizzative con le quali lo si propone. Per questo è utile evitare generalizzazioni e soffermarsi a riflettere ed indagare alcuni punti e questioni che questa trasformazione pone, anche a partire dalla lettura degli accordi che, fortunatamente e pur in assenza di obblighi legislativi, si stanno sottoscrivendo in molte realtà. 

The role of smart working in the digital transition within the European scenario

by Bianca Cuciniello, UIL Private Bargaining, Representation, Sectoral Policies and Environment

Smart working and the right to disconnection: the role of the European Social Dialogue and the different stages of the European regulatory process

Il ruolo dello smart working nella transizione digitale nello scenario europeo

di Bianca Cuciniello, UIL Contrattazione Privata, Rappresentanza, Politiche Settoriali e Ambiente

Smart working e diritto alla disconnessione: il ruolo del Dialogo Sociale Europeo e le diverse tappe del percorso di regolamentazione europeo

Disorganized Smart-working opens the door to online freelancing

by Davide Dazzi, Ires Emilia-Romagna and OpenCorporation

The remoting of the work performance without a redesign of the organization of the work process intertwined with digital technologies risks putting agile work in competition with the digital job market, the so-called online freelancing

Smart working: from anti-pandemic measure to work organisation model

by Ornella La Tegola, Labour Law Researcher of Bari University “Aldo Moro”

The kind of smart working we have seen has been entirely to the advantage of the company and to the detriment of the worker, because smart working as a tool for flexibility in terms of working time and place, as well as for the contamination of ideas, has been and continues to be very little