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Smart working as a form of regulating new labour relationships: the effects of technical progress


  • Dario Calderara


1. Regulatory landscape. – 2. Legal framework. – 3. Typical elements. – 3.1 Workplace. – 3.2 Flexible work hours. – 4. Regulating smart working in the P.A. – 4.1. The role and content of directive no. 3/2017, following law no. 81/2017. – 5. The form, content and discipline of withdrawal. – 6. The equality principle in group treatment. – 7. Legal relationships, group bidding and individual deals. – 8. Common grounds and differences between smart working and teleworking. – 9. Conclusions.

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  • Dario Calderara, "undated". "Smart working as a form of regulating new labour relationships: the effects of technical progress," Working Papers 0045, ASTRIL - Associazione Studi e Ricerche Interdisciplinari sul Lavoro.
  • Handle: RePEc:ast:wpaper:0045

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