Jobs Act: il riordino dei tipi contrattuali
The article points out the reform project of the law 183/2014 and its subsequent decrees, deepening, in particular, some essential issues for the future of labor law: the diversification of work in the enterprise (and then the manner of its use); the regulatory and institutional assets in the labor market and the tools for the workers’ support. According to the author, the legislator’s ambition to reorder the entire spectrum of jobs on a comprehensive framework will have to deal with a system of production and a labor and institutional framework which are more and more complex and unstable. Moreover, the hypothesis of safeguard restructuring with a view to extending them will have to be measured with the constraints of financial resources and with the limits of the economic growth. A similar conditioning is actually about the entire structure of labor law and welfare and it imposes to assess critically which parts of the acquis consolidated along the years represent a inalienable heritage of rights and which represent instead regulatory protections and economic benefits to resize, to make them accessible to the generality of the worker and defensible from the competitive pressures, avoiding an uncontrolled race to the bottom.