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The first 20 years of staff leasing in Italy

Forum organized by The European House – Ambrosetti on behalf of Assosomm (Italian Association of Employment Agencies).

The first 20 years of staff leasing in Italy


Tuesday, June 27,  2017 – from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Auditorium INAPP (Corso d’Italia, 33) – Rome
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This Forum is organized by The European House – Ambrosetti of behalf of Assosomm, Associazione Italiana delle Agenzie per il Lavoro.

The Forum discussed the following topics:

  • The regulatory context of staff leasing;
  • The evolution of staff leasing in Italy from 1997 to the present;
  • Problem areas and prospects for the future;
  • Policy guidelines for supporting the sector’s development and growth.

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Among the confirmed speakers are: Carmelo Barbagallo (General Secretary, UIL), Susanna Camusso (General Secretary, CGIL), Sandrine Cazes (Principal Administrator, Directorate Employement, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD), Gianluigi Petteni (Confederal Secretary, CISL), Rosario Rasizza (President, Assosomm and Managing Director, Openjobmetis), Stefano Sacchi (President, INAPP) and Tiziano Treu (President, CNEL), Jole Vernola (Direttore Centrale, Politiche del Lavoro e Welfare, Confcommercio – Imprese per l’Italia). In conclusion, there was the speech by the Minister of Labor, Giuliano Poletti.
Moderating the Forum was Antonio Polito (Vice Director, Corriere della Sera).

“The first 20 years of staff leasing in Italy”
by Stefano Sacchi and Tiziano Treu (It.)

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