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Subordination Agreement Italiano

The essential characteristics of the working relationship are cooperation and subordination. Employment (in Italian” “subordination”) is no more than the staff who subject the worker to the executive power, control and discipline of the employer with a consequent limitation of his autonomy and his integration into the organization of the company. Finally, particular attention should be paid to the “nomen juris”, i.e. how the parties intended to define the working relationship: the current case law believes that judges who are invited to assess the report should refer to the way the work is carried out in practice. Therefore, nominal law is never decisive in the characterization of the relationship, but can be assessed, if at all, when conflicting elements appear or if there are no determining indicators for autonomy or subordination. The “semi-subordinate” employment contract between two parties – the “employee” (c.dem employee) and the “contractor” (i.e.dem employer) – is defined as having certain characteristics of autonomy and other characteristics specific to the employment. The employee undertakes, like a self-employed person, to provide a job or service for the benefit of the “customer”, i.e. to enqual him, without a link of subordination, but, unlike the self-employed, benefits and rights of “subordinate” workers (. For example, family allowances, sickness benefits, maternity benefits, accident coverage). The types of employment contracts provided by the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Ccpl Fondazioni, a provincial collective employment contract for foundations) are: obligation of result: this means that the person commits to guaranteeing a result, namely the performance of the work agreed in the contract (commitment “according to the result”); The distinguishing characteristic of work as a worker is the non-existence of subordinate status links. The employment relationship is therefore the legal situation in which a person who makes his mental and physical energy available to another person, the employer, who orders it according to the most appropriate criteria for his business in exchange for compensation qualified as compensation.

Except in cases of quasi-subordinate status, autonomy is not subject to the norms and principles of labour law protection, but to those that cover ordinary exchange contracts (such as sale, rent, etc.) which assume parity and not the inequality of the contracting parties. “Semi-subordinate” employment contract – Cocopro (coordinated cooperation contract based on a project) Execution of work under an independent service contract (locatio operis). Under Article 2222, it abdicates a contract under which a party undertakes, against payment, to perform a task or service without subordinate status links and to use primarily its own work. Article 2094 of the Italian Civil Code defines the work of a subject under the control and direction of another person as “secondary work” that distinguishes him from autonomy or working in partnership (see below). The salary administration handles all matters related to the contract for the Foundation`s staff. This is legal, financial management.