Informations and abstract
Keywords: Corporate Welfare; Welfare Policies in the Workplace; Socially Relevant Need; Fringe Benefits.
As it is predominantly a large congeries of non-monetary benefits, the result of a regulatory arrangement as peculiar as ever, the welfare policies in the workplace show no consistency with the social security system, except some timid and vague combination. Recently, however, two different approaches, based on their theoretical basis, on the one hand, the need differently assessed by the legislature (fiscal) objectively and, on the other, the working nature of fringe benefits, have noted the genesis of social security according to an evolved and more modern concept. The purpose of this essay is to investigate (and reconstruct) the social security traits of this, in some ways, new and complex phenomenology of private welfare in our country.