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An employment claim is one of the tools that the employee and employer can use to protect their rights.

Studio Legale Salata, specialising in employment disputes, believes that they are to be used as a last resource only if no out-of-court settlement can be reached between the employee and the employer.

An employer can file an employment claim to convert fixed-term employment contracts into permanent employment contracts, irrespective of whether they are still ongoing or terminated, requesting that the Court ascertain that the employer acted in compliance with the law. In the past, in the event of employees wanting to challenge their dismissal, our law firm in Rome advised the employer to anticipate them by starting an employment dispute.

Studio Legale Salata stands against those employees appealing against their company to seek compensation even when they are not entitled to it. Employers often decide to pay compensatory damages to avoid a court case. Should the appeal lodged by the employee be frivolous or manifestly ill-founded, we advise our clients to trust the judicial system instead of just accepting the employee’s appeal.

It is different when the employment relationship does not match the duties actually performed by the employee. An employment claim is necessary to ensure that the reality of the employment relationship matches the contract of employment, which is often not the case with internship contracts.

We at Studio Legale Salata have been assisting both companies and individuals for over a decade.

We provide legal advice to companies working in the logistics, transportation and porterage sectors. Nonetheless, every year we also defend many employees who believe their rights have been violated.

We boast in-depth knowledge of national collective labour agreements and are always up-to-date with the newest case law and legislation, relying on the best databases on the market to provide our clients with the best possible defence.

We also support legal actions brought by multiple employees against the same employer and consider the best approach on a case-by-case basis.

We also work alongside renowned trade unions.

Some of the issues we can help you with include:

  • Disciplinary sanctions;
  • Dismissals;
  • Wage differentials;
  • Contribution differentials;
  • Deskilling;
  • Mobbing;
  • Straining;
  • Unlawful employment practices;
  • Co-employment;

Our fees are in line with those set by Ministerial Decree 55/2014. Our law firm in Rome will not initiate legal proceedings until the client has accepted the quote and confirmed they wish to proceed. We know the value of our job and we offer best-in-class payment solutions tailored to meet our clients’ needs on a case-by-case basis.

If you have a problem at work, Studio Legale Salata can provide you with the best legal advice and assistance!