[Autom. eng. transl.] The social teaching of the Catholic Church also deals with labor law issues, including work poor man. In this perspective, the encyclical Fratelli tutti marks an important step that concerns identification the causes of this phenomenon and the promotion of systemic changes to modify these causes at their roots. The essay starts from the social vision that the Catholic Church has matured over time to specifically address the topic of poor work. Recent studies on the causes of poor work (non-renewal of the CCNL, application of wages below the contractual minimums, abuse of contractual flexibility, irregular work) are relevant that poor work falls especially on the most vulnerable social groups (women, young people, migrants) and on some areas of Italy (southern), resulting in a more limited access to training, with almost consequences irreversible effects on the professional and social mobility of the worker. Poor work is fought with the method of individual and collective responsibility, which translates into effective collective bargaining and good relations industrial. With this method it is possible to strike this social evil in depth and win. That method comes exemplified with the proposal for a European minimum wage which is based on possible supportive legislative interventions (not substitutes, and above all never exemption) of the functions of industrial relations and bargaining collective.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Brotherhood and work. Contribution to the studies on social teaching of the Catholic Church|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
- Lavoro povero