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As long as they have employees, they apply the relevant collective agreements.
In the field of gender equality, Federalberghi is presently preparing an analysis of female employment in the tourism sector as well as of the provisions included in the sectoral agreement and in legislation that can be used to tezriario equal opportunities and exploit the full potential for the development of female work in the sector Source: See Table 4 and section 1.
Measures dealing with migration including any agreements on ethical recruitment; measures for the better integration of migrant workers, etc. The main sectoral social partners, which are part of tersiario tourism confederations of Confcommercio, Confesercenti and Confindustria, underline the importance of providing sufficient economic and financial support to help strengthening the sectoral firms, which are in great majority SMEs, and to ensure the availability of the skills needed to modernise the sector and fully exploit the potential for growth.
In particular, since the negotiation procedure has been started by the unions in all provinces, all employers affiliated to the Confcommercio representation system are paying the bonuses. Density rate is regarded to be relatively low since the great majority of workplaces are rather small.
Industrial relations structures in the sector 2. The main Italian trade unions operating in the sector are: The recent economic crisis has significantly affected the sector, especially in terms of turnover.
This is an awareness-rising campaign which aims to draw the attention to a phenomenon which, according to the union, has been growing in the recent economic downturn and which negatively affects both employment and working conditions as well as the quality of tourist services.
Trade union membership and collective bargaining are thought to be low in the sector and basically involve workers of large companies, such has large hotel chains.
Addressing risk factors at work, including health risks, ergonomics, violence and harassment; Measures dealing with migration including any agreements on ethical recruitment; measures for the better integration of migrant workers, etc.
For this reason, in recent years they frequently requested more investments in vocational training courses, with the aim to increase the skill level of workers and to promote the creation of new high-qualified jobs in the sector. Contribution of collective bargaining, social dialogue and social partners to addressing the challenges facing the Hotels and restaurants sector 3.
In the hotels and restaurants sector, the main employer organisations are: The name of each relevant employer organisation active in the sector at national level, overall number of members in terms of companies and number of employees working in member companies.
According to the main sectoral trade unions Federazione italiana lavoratori commercio, turismo e servizi, Filcams-Cgil; Federazione italiana sindacati addetti servizi commerciali affini e del turismo, Fisascat-Cisl; Unione italiana lavoratori turismo commercio e servizi, Uiltucs-Uil2021 HORECA sector needs policies aimed to overcome its seasonality. This rule was already present for seasonal workers and it is now extended to all fixed-term workers.
The new agreement provides that parents of children of up to 3 years can demand a confcommerci of their employment contract, on a temporary basis, from full-time to part-time. Improvement of gender equality including improvement of work-life balance arrangements ; The new agreement provides that parents of children of up to 3 years can demand a conversion of their employment contract, on a temporary basis, from full-time to part-time.
Report on activities conducted by Federalberghi. An important feature of industrial relations in the HORECA sector is the presence and the importance of Joint Bodies Enti Bilaterali which are usually set up at regional level and are responsible for the provision of a number of services, including training, social security, and health insurance.
The major Italian employer organisations operating in the sector are organised within three main confederations which cover the whole tourism sector. Vocational education and training systems should be enriched and the transition from school to work should be more effective.
Employment and Industrial Relations in the Hotels and Restaurants sector | Eurofound
Please provide information on the views of the major social partner organisations trade unions and employer organisations on commerxio and changes in the Hotels and Restaurants sector. The industry-wide agreement includes travel and tourism activities, which are outside the scope of this study. This information is made available as a service to the public but has not been edited by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.
Moreover, they require policies able to support the sector in terms of simplifying the access to credit. At national level, which trade unions and employers organisations are involved in the negotiations of collective agreements?
Employment and Industrial Relations in the Hotels and Restaurants sector
Report on Hotels and Restaurants Sector. Accessed on 28 October Conversely, in terms of employment, the economic crisis has not particularly affected the sector. The three main national sectoral collective agreements are those signed by the relevant federations of the three main employer confederations which are active in the sector: For companies of this sub-sector, the decentralised territorial bargaining level is the regional level.
Federalberghi, interview with Andrea Giovanni Serra. The hotels and restaurants sector is a key segment of the Italian economy, especially in connection with the tourism activities which characterise large areas of the country. In some cases, proper negotiations have been started and new decentralised agreements are under negotiations at the time of writing January Source: As for the Italian bargaining system, the main bargaining level is the sectoral level.
Please illustrate the most important of these initiatives.
In recent years andmost part of training courses have been organised by firms with more employees i. In general, the economic crisis has not particularly affected employment in the Hotels and Restaurants sector. Skip to main content.
Moreover, according to a general rule introduced in for employees working away from home, migrant workers can cumulate holidays with other commwrcio off, including paid leave and working time flexibility, with a view to ensuring longer periods to visit their families abroad.
Other measures with regard employment and working conditions if relevant The renewal includes a derogation to the maximum ocnfcommercio of fixed-term contracts with the introduction of a preference clause in favour of former fixed-term workers in new recruitment procedures.