Claudio Lucifora

What Statute for XXI-Century Workers?

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Calling into question the capacity of the Workers’ Statute to provide adequate protection in the current scenario, the contribution deals with the main challenges linked to market globalisation and the proliferation of new technologies, outlining a set of issues that shall be addressed considering the current developments. The essay considers collective bargaining to be the most suitable tool for the identification of new needs inasmuch as it allows for an adaptation to changes, in addition to providing variable forms of protection tailored on companies’ and workers’ needs. At the same time, the contribution points out that collective bargaining is likely to strengthen the role of the social partners also through the involvement of workers.


  • Workers’
  • Statute
  • collective bargaining
  • employees’
  • participation


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