The numerous legislative changes in the field of labour law that have taken place in the past year, which are expected to have a significant impact on the Italian labour market in 2024, mainly concern the reform of fixed-term employment contracts, the simplification of the mandatory minimum requirements to be included in employment contracts at the recruitment stage, the transposition of Directive (EU) 2019/1937 on the adoption of irregularity reporting channels, strengthening legislation on diversity and inclusion and occupational safety and health.

Experts Giulietta Bergamaschi and Marco Chiesara from our Italian member firm Lexellent have published an article in Chambers & Partners, the renowned directory and have examined these and other elements.

We invite you to read this article available on Chambers and Partners, in English, by clicking here.

For more information or questions on employment related questions, please reach out to our representative Giulietta Bergamaschi, Managing Partner at the firm.