In the catalog of rights, the one referring to the right to work has a natural central role in Italy as a result of the working debut of the Republican Constitution. Among the fundamental principles of the Charter, Article 4 characterises work as a duty to be carried out according to one’s possibilities and choice, contributing to the material or spiritual progress of society. The Article is further supported by the list of economic relationships placed in the III Title of the first part of the Charter, where the work represents magna pars of the content. However, the will of the constituents found late and partial implementation starting from the law 300 of 1970, better known as "Workers' Statute". This system held up until the late 1990s, when regulatory hypertrophy characterised the recent regulation of a rapidly changing world of work. The contribution aims to carry out a recognition of the most relevant constitutional jurisprudence on the right to work which has corrected and, sometimes, (badly) distorted the path designed by the discretion of the legislator during the most recent past

Cosa resterà di queste riforme? Il diritto del lavoro al cospetto della Corte costituzionale

Diego Baldoni
2022

Abstract

In the catalog of rights, the one referring to the right to work has a natural central role in Italy as a result of the working debut of the Republican Constitution. Among the fundamental principles of the Charter, Article 4 characterises work as a duty to be carried out according to one’s possibilities and choice, contributing to the material or spiritual progress of society. The Article is further supported by the list of economic relationships placed in the III Title of the first part of the Charter, where the work represents magna pars of the content. However, the will of the constituents found late and partial implementation starting from the law 300 of 1970, better known as "Workers' Statute". This system held up until the late 1990s, when regulatory hypertrophy characterised the recent regulation of a rapidly changing world of work. The contribution aims to carry out a recognition of the most relevant constitutional jurisprudence on the right to work which has corrected and, sometimes, (badly) distorted the path designed by the discretion of the legislator during the most recent past
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