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Italy: Negotiations continue for the renewal of the national domestic work contract

Italy: Negotiations continue for the renewal of the national domestic work contract

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by IDWFED published Feb 06, 2020 12:00 AM
Negotiations between employers and social representatives on the National Contract for Domestic Work, which has been expired since 2016, will continue on Feb 6.

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ITALY -

The employer associations (Domina, Finaldo - FederColf) and the social partners (Filcams Cgil - Fisascat - UilTucs) will have a negotiation meeting on the renewal of the National Contract for Domestic Work which has been expired in the end of 2016.

Domestic workers are a sector of more than two million workers and among them, there are 88% of women and 71% of migrants.

Domina, Finaldo - FederColf agreed to organize training courses for family carers, carers and babysitters. They also agreed to increase the contractual assistance contribution from 3 to 6 cents per hour and increase paid training hours from 40 to 64.

The discussion will include the following items:

  • A new professional figure, the educator, who is employed in rehabilitation projects in the case of mental disabilities and learning disabilities, will become part of the classification.
  • New for babysitters: The child will be considered not self-sufficient until the age of sixth, with relative level pay and allowance for the worker.
  • Compensation also for those who are taking care for two people who are not self-sufficient.
  • The possibility of employing workers hired for days off will also be introduced for the afternoon break-off hours of the job owner.

The meeting has been scheduled on February 6 2020.

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