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Italy: New Obligations Take Effect for Foreign Companies Posting Foreign Workers

Companies seconding foreign workers to Italy must meet new obligations set forth by The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy. An online portal has been launched to accept mandatory notifications from EU and non-EU employers.

Any updates to employees’ information must be reported by the employer within five days of change. Employers must also maintain employee documentation for up to two years after the assignment end date, and a company representative must be appointed.

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Employment Outlook: Italy

Slow economic growth, high youth unemployment challenge Italy’s future.

Italy’s overall unemployment rate stands at 11.5 percent, but for younger Italians, that statistic is much higher; the most educated in the country’s history, Italy’s young adults are likely to find only temporary work or no work at all. Older workers, many looking to retire soon, enjoy permanent, stable jobs with pensions and benefits.

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7 Tips for Obtaining Residency in Italy

Moving to a new country is quite a process so it’s important that you do your research and understand the requirements and documents needed to make the big move. Timing is important as well, as unexpected delays are not uncommon, so be sure to begin preparing your documents well in advance before your departure.

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Interviewing in Italy

So, you’ve landed a job interview in Italy or just prepping for potential opportunities? There is no special formula for interviewing in Italy, but there are a few things to take note of that may differ from the interview processes you’re typically familiar with.

The interview can be anything from extremely casual to formal and intimidating, but can generally be an awkward mix of the two.

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