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Dissenso collettivo e razionalità individuali nelle relazioni industriali italiane. Il decentramento contrattuale nella prospettiva degli accordi interconfederali del 2011-14

  • Faioli Michele
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    I protocolli/accordi interconfederali 2011-14 stanno gradualmente configurando le regole per la gestione del dissenso nell'ambito delle relazioni industriali italiane. Il dissenso, in questa prospettiva,è colto nelle dinamiche nazionali e in quelle aziendali/territoriali. A quest'ultimo riguardo si osserva la gestione della complessa dinamica che caratterizza le vicende giuridiche della contrattazione articolata, con gli effetti diretti sul modello di decentramento contrattuale che viene a determinarsi in azienda o in territori, geograficamente definiti, in relazione a (ulteriori) flessibilità da applicare ai contratti individuali di lavoro.

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    Article provided by Carocci editore in its journal Economia & lavoro.

    Volume (Year): (2014)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 7-22

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