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INAIL (Italian Institute for Insurance against Industrial Injuries): clarifications on the “maxi-fine” against black market work

in INAIL

INAIL, with its note no. 7918/2010 underlines the new features introduced by the so-called “Collegato Lavoro” (Law 183, new labour laws) and, in particular, underlines that an Emens electronic report prevents the employer from receiving a fine from 1,500 to 12,000 euro for each irregular employee (more than 150 euro for each day).

INAIL, with its note no. 7918/2010 underlines the new features introduced by the so-called “Collegato Lavoro” (Law 183, new labour laws) and, in particular, underlines that an Emens electronic report prevents the employer from receiving a fine from 1,500 to 12,000 euro for each irregular employee (more than 150 euro for each day). Since the fines are not applicable if previous contribution requirements were complied with showing the willingness of the employer not to hide the employment, even in the case of a lack of correspondence between the job duties and the worker’s qualification. Therefore, all employment situations for which there is no contribution requirement, such as casual work or apprenticeships, risk being excluded from this opportunity.

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