There is no procedure for collective disputes, with the exception of the possibility introduced by Act 80 of 1998 to apply to the Supreme Court for the immediate interpretation of a collective agreement signed by the civil servants` union. When an agreement is concluded and duly signed by the parties and their lawyers, it has the same force as an enforceable title. In general, national collective agreements set an annual ceiling for overtime and set wage increases to which overtime workers are entitled. In general, the national collective agreements in force (where applicable – under Italian legislation, except in certain limited cases, no obligation that employment relationships be governed by a collective agreement) provide for annual leave of more than the minimum duration of four weeks laid down by Italian legislation. This is usually defined by national collective agreements that set different minimum wages depending on the qualifications and levels (e.g. managers.B, middle managers, employees or manual workers) of the worker. In accordance with Article 1967 of the Italian Civil Code, comparisons must be proved in writing “ad probationem”, the cases of which must be established by authentic instrument or in private writing, under penalty of nullity, in Art. 1350, No. 1 to 11 cc. In order for a settlement agreement to be effectively respected and effectively respected, the parties must be able to act in such a way that each of the parties has the legal capacity and the capacity to sign an agreement, in fact, to that effect, paragraph 1 of the present case. 1966 of the Italian Civil Code provides that, in order to establish themselves, the parties must have the possibility of having the rights of settlement; the second paragraph stipulates that the transaction is void when these rights are, by nature or by virtue of explicit legal provisions, beyond the availability of the contracting parties. The jurisdiction in which the party may apply for a publication ban is the court that would have jurisdiction over the case without the arbitration agreement. Many benefits to promote the training of workers have been introduced since 1973 by national collective agreements.

Workers are entitled to a number of hours of paid work (150 in general, up to a maximum of 250 for workers who must obtain compulsory education) to take or not in public or certified schools courses related or not to their professional activity. The Italian Constitution (Article 3) provides for the concept of equality of all citizens before the law, without distinction as to sex, race, language, religion, political opinions, personal and social position. This is a fundamental concept of the Italian legal system. Italy has also ratified the International Agreement on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (New York, 16 December 1966, National Law 881, 25 October 1977). .