The CSU does not agree with the Delegated Decree of 30 December 2021 n. 214, which makes a series of changes to the rules governing the licenses for the exercise of industrial, service, craft and commercial activities. In this regard, the CSU has sent a letter to the Secretary of Industry, the State Congress and all the Councilors to ask that the same Decree not be ratified in the council session in progress, and that it be quickly activated with the undersigned OOs. SS. an in-depth comparison regarding the negative effects – destructuring and precariousness of the labor market – that could cause the rules contained in the DD 214/2021. “We must measure once again with a comparison – the General Secretariat of the CSdL and CDLS point out – how measures are adopted in the matter of budget with any type of activity. The Decree in fact establishes the possibility of a wide range of self-employment activities also without having obtained the relative qualifications or specializations, or – among other things – without having a fixed seat. “The Decree allows very wide possibilities for companies to make use of self-employed workers with licenses, rather than occupy the same. This extreme liberalization will companies in conditions of being able to effectively “outsource” an unlimited series of tasks, dictating their own conditions, as an alternative to what is defined by collective agreements, with the possibility of imposing – even those who would not want to – to open an economic operator code to being able to work or continue to do so. “The one prefigured – continue the General Secretaries of CSdL and CDLS – is a scenario or similarity to what happens little outside our borders. Too often, workers with a VAT number undergo real legalized exploitation that precarious work and deconstruct collective bargaining. So far in San Marino the phenomenon of workers with no CoCoPro contracts, for which no license is required, is limited, but with the approval of this Decree, companies will be allowed to use license holders permanently both at their headquarters and at the external.” We recall that several times, during the discussion on the law that regulates “smart working”, the legitimacy of derogating from the contractual conditions for the worse was feared, given that the worker does not move from his home. These positions did not find space at that stage, while this Decree opens up a regulatory framework that will almost certainly have significant negative repercussions for workers. In simple terms, we want to legitimize the exploitation of labor, through the use of “false self-employed workers”. The Secretary of State Righi replied with a letter that any abuses must be reported and sanctioned, as if he did not know very well that finding the courage and evidence, for those who need to work, is not at all easy. In the note sent to the CSU, the Secretary of Industry also reiterated that the Union is not entitled to discuss self-employment. These positions speak for themselves. The CSU will do anything by contrast. It is essential that respect between the parties is re-established once and for all and that the in-depth and constant discussion on the provisions of the law connected to social aspects and the world of work that will be enacted is activated in advance; this is also to allow the trade union to bring to the rules all the best and the protections that can make the measures that will be adopted acceptable.
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