- EU Factsheet: Working in Italy – "EU Factsheets on finding, applying for and ending a job in Italian employment, including information on work hours, workers rights, leave allowances and the recognition of qualifications." – Source: INFOrmation Pages Index of AngloINFO rome
- Recognition of Diploma and Qualifications
- Conclusion of employment contracts
- Amendments of employment contracts
- Working Time
- Vocational training
- Annual Leave
- Leave: Sickness, Maternity
- End of employment
- Special categories
- Occupational risks
- Sexual Harassment
- Representation of Workers
- Labour Disputes & Strikes
- Jobs in Italy – "Where to Find Work and How to Network" – By Emma Bird – Source: TRANSITIONS ABROAD.com
- Living and working conditions: Italy – Resource primarily for EU passport holders – In multiple languages – Source: EURES – ''(European Employment Services) is a cooperation network formed by public employment services. Trade unions and employers' organisations also participate as partners. The objective of the EURES network is to facilitate the free movement of workers within the European Economic Area (EEA) (the 25 members of the European Union, plus Norway and Iceland) and Switzerland."
- Living and Working in Italy – For legal UK residents – Source: Jobcentre Plus "is a government agency supporting people of working age from welfare into work, and helping employers to fill their vacancies. We are part of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and play a major role in supporting the Department’s aim to ‘promote opportunity and independence for all through modern, customer-focused services’."
- living & working in italy guide – "useful links" – Source: virtualitalia.com
- Working In Italy – Source: Anywork Anywhere
- Working in Italy – Source: Shelter Offshore
- work permit italy – Source: WorkathomeSource
- SEE ALSO:
- Info on Teaching English in Italy *, dated Tuesday, August 8, 2006
- Info on US Government Jobs/Positions in Italy or Europe , dated Tuesday, July 18, 2006
- Info about Expulsion (Deportation) from Italy , dated Friday, March 31, 2006
- Info for Visas and Permits for Italy *, dated Thursday, December 08, 2005
- Info on Job Opportunities in Italy and Europe *, dated Wednesday, November 16, 2005
* = Blog entry has been updated.
The pecking order (read preference) of getting legal work in Italy: native born Italians with contacts, Italians born outside of Italy with contacts, native born Italians, Italians born outside of Italy, holders of an EU passport. If you possess an unique skill or experience, it is possible to get legal work in Italy. I stress the word "legal".
You may read elsewhere that other individuals have work in Italy in the black or getting "paid under the table". However, if you are caught, you will be departed and banned from reentering Italy for up to 5 years .
That's it for Tuesday, 5 December 2006: martedì, 5 dicembre 2006.
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Today’s quote is a Italian proverb, author unknown.
"Chi la fa L' aspetti."
"He who does it gets it."