During the Covid-19 pandemic, sector and company level collective bargaining (excl. national collective agreement renewals) has adapted to issues specifically pertaining to the new circumstances and has defined new priorities, related to health and safety, the overhaul of work organization, and the need to involve employee representatives in implementing preventive measures. Thus the main findings of a study carried out by the central Cgil trade union Fondazione Di Vittorio observatory, which examined 326 agreements signed during the first phase of the pandemic, and observed how the March & April 2020 inter-confederal protocols (c.f. articles No. 11720 and No. 11883) gave impetus to second-level negotiations.
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