INAIL, with its note no. 6464/2010, concerning ancillary occasional professional services, explained that the value of a work voucher does not necessarily refer to an hour of service. This is due to the fact that there is no specific legal reference that links the work voucher to a minimum hourly wage. Therefore, the determination of the remuneration is left up to the autonomy of the customer and service provider, who shall be free to contract the remuneration in relation to both a unit of time and achievement of a result. The Institute also explained that the communication indicating start of the service needs to be performed only once even if the service is performed on a weekly, monthly or annual basis and even if there are days within the period when the service is not provided. Therefore, the need to send a communication for each work episode is excluded and the customer needs to make the appropriate variations only if the previously communicated period changes.
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