Alberto Niccolai

Retribuzione variabile, minimi salariali e autonomia individuale

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The author analyses briefly the new techniques of wage incentives experienced in Italy on the ground of new procedures of collective bargaining and then intends to verify: a) the place of individual bargaining on wages; b) whether or not the new hypotheses of variable remuneration are compatible with the constitutional rule of proportionality and sufficiency of the remuneration itself. According to the author, the individual bargaining on wages could be based on guarantees fixed in collective agreements, particularly on the freedom of the individual choice between a "traditional" salary, based on a minimum amount, and more risky form of remuneration, based on the quality and efficiency of work. In this perspective, the role of the courts would change: judges will be asked to verify the actual freedom of the worker in making his/her choice, the possibility to reach the fixed goals, and ex post the respect of the agreements on the quantity of the wage.

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