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In Italy, the following must be adhered to under strict local legislation:
In Italy, it is common to provide a “13th Month” bonus equal to one month’s salary. Subject to performance and applicable CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement), a “14th Month” is also provided to employees.
A full-time working week in Italy is 40 hours. Employers can request a maximum of 8 hours’ overtime in a week, in line with the EU Working Time Directive. Overtime must incur an increase in salary with specific rates found in the applicable CBA.
Employment rights are very strict in Italy. Before taking any action, we suggest you speak to one of our Employment Law Advisors. Dismissals can be a lengthy process with a list of steps that must be followed. We are able to handle all aspects of this to ensure compliance throughout the process.
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