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divieto di licenziamento senza giusta causa

English translation: ban on/prohibition from dismissal without just/legitimate cause

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Italian term or phrase:divieto di licenziamento senza giusta causa
English translation:ban on/prohibition from dismissal without just/legitimate cause
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11:16 Feb 5, 2009
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Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / labour contracts
Italian term or phrase: divieto di licenziamento senza giusta causa
si tratta di un espressione legale, presente nell'articolo 18 dello statuto dei lavoratori, che si distingue dal licenziamento discriminatorio e credo anche dal licenziamento ad nutum.
Andrea Morescalchi
ban/prohibition from dismissal without just/legitimate cause
Explanation:
in the absence of clear context (legal opinion, court act, academic article, law?), here is one option that might help!

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Note added at 6 hrs (2009-02-05 18:01:47 GMT) Post-grading
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Hi Andrea. Wordgirl here. I got your note. Unfortunately, it is not so easy, not only because there is no one, single "dicitura formale" in English, but also because employment laws and related jurisprudence are not the same under the civil law and commom law systems, and then even between commom law countries there are not only linguistic preferences/differences but also significant legal differences as well.
However, let me see if I can give you a hand here.
1. always look to Proz:
http://ita.proz.com/kudoz/italian_to_english/human_resources...
2. senza giusta causa= without just cause -or "legitimate" if you prefer, they are synonyms in this particular context- is also known as wrongful dismissal (see below for a link to an article published by the ABA (= American Bar Association) wherein both terms are used synonymously to describe the same case. Unfair dismissal is another possibility
3. See:
http://www.abanet.org/labor/intlcomm/newsletter/2007/june_fr...
The link below is interesting for the terms it contains, but also because it illustrates an employent law system that is v. different from Italy's!
http://www.zvulony.com/just_cause.html

OK, as usual wrote too much, hope this helps!

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Il contesto è un articolo accademico, tuttavia avrei bisogno della dicitura formale.
Thanks
Andrea
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ban/prohibition from dismissal without just/legitimate cause


Explanation:
in the absence of clear context (legal opinion, court act, academic article, law?), here is one option that might help!

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Note added at 6 hrs (2009-02-05 18:01:47 GMT) Post-grading
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Hi Andrea. Wordgirl here. I got your note. Unfortunately, it is not so easy, not only because there is no one, single "dicitura formale" in English, but also because employment laws and related jurisprudence are not the same under the civil law and commom law systems, and then even between commom law countries there are not only linguistic preferences/differences but also significant legal differences as well.
However, let me see if I can give you a hand here.
1. always look to Proz:
http://ita.proz.com/kudoz/italian_to_english/human_resources...
2. senza giusta causa= without just cause -or "legitimate" if you prefer, they are synonyms in this particular context- is also known as wrongful dismissal (see below for a link to an article published by the ABA (= American Bar Association) wherein both terms are used synonymously to describe the same case. Unfair dismissal is another possibility
3. See:
http://www.abanet.org/labor/intlcomm/newsletter/2007/june_fr...
The link below is interesting for the terms it contains, but also because it illustrates an employent law system that is v. different from Italy's!
http://www.zvulony.com/just_cause.html

OK, as usual wrote too much, hope this helps!



wordgirl
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Il contesto è un articolo accademico, tuttavia avrei bisogno della dicitura formale.
Thanks
Andrea
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Feb 10, 2009 - Changes made by wordgirl:
Edited KOG entry<a href="/profile/747145">wordgirl's</a> old entry - "divieto di licenziamento senza giusta causa" » "ban/prohibition from dismissal without just/legitimate cause"
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