L'onnicomprensività della retribuzione e gli istituti retributivi indiretti

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] The all-encompassing nature of remuneration and indirect compensation institutions

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Abstract

The article deals with the concept of wage in the Italian legal order. About thirty years ago a number of decisions of the «Cassazione a Sezioni Unite», the Italian supreme Tribunal, strengthened the role of collective agreements in the definition of the wage structure: according to the Cassazione social partners enjoy a great freedom in the definition of the basis for the calculation of wage components even when the right to these components is attributed to the employee by statutory law, as it is the case, e.g., for the wage in the events of vacation. The author analyses the contribution of the jurisprudence and the scholars since the mentioned decisions of the Cassazione. In the conclusions the author suggests that the jurisprudential orientation inaugurated by the Sezioni Unite has gone basically in the right direction, even if, in some respects, too far.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] The all-encompassing nature of remuneration and indirect compensation institutions
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLa retribuzione
EditorsEnrico Gragnoli, Susanna Palladini
Pages466-516
Number of pages51
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameNUOVA GIURISPRUDENZA DI DIRITTO CIVILE E COMMERCIALE

Keywords

  • Indennità sostitutiva del preavviso
  • Mensilità aggiuntive
  • Onnicomprensività
  • Pay in the event of festivity
  • Pay in the event of vacation
  • Retribuzione
  • Salary
  • Severance pay
  • TFR
  • Trattamento retributivo durante le ferie
  • Wage
  • Wage components
  • Wage notion
  • Wage structure

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