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Welfare in Italy – where and how

The fourth report on this theme, curated by Michele Tiraboschi, confirms how complex – and how vital – this topic is

 

A better understanding about welfare in Italy in order to employ it more effectively, for workers and enterprises, requires above all transparency and accurate content.

These are the features of the research studies included in WELFARE for PEOPLE, the fourth report on occupational and corporate welfare in Italy, curated by Michele Tiraboschi: a sort of guide to a fascinating and important topic that is often taken too lightly. This is why the curators, from the very start, highlight their “ambition to provide a useful contribution to the orderly development of corporate/occupational welfare.” In fact, one of the issues to be tackled is precisely the “disorderly” attitude generated by the enthusiasm on a topic and activities that, on closer inspection, are not really new, though they have just found new prospects for expansion and application.

The research studies comprised in the collection coordinated by Tiraboschi have thus been dictated by the “effort to develop a line of reasoning sufficiently detailed yet also supple in structure and simple in terms of communication.”

Underlying it all is a welfare “map” of Italy, which starts with an analysis of what, we are told, is happening “in the wide universe of (national, territorial and corporate) collective bargaining according to a methodological perspective concerning industrial relationships that allows to systematise a multitude of welfare fragments, which, when considered singularly, only offer a partial and even distorted view of this phenomenon.” This undertaking was made possible thanks to the Italian “fareContrattazione” database, created by the ADAPT research centre and including all main relevant collective bargaining contracts, illustrating the industrial relationship systems featuring the most comparative representative nature, as well as over 2,800 corporate and territorial contracts.

Figures and analyses aside, there are at least three sections worth considering for a better understanding of welfare in Italy, derived from investigations conducted by the Tiraboschi research group. First of all, the one about the ongoing “great transformation” that sees welfare as part of industrial relations; then the one on the relationships between welfare and the pandemic; and finally the links between welfare and territory (and this new edition includes some representative cases). All paying great attention to what we have already hinted at: the need to reliably measure what is happening.

This work by Michele Tiraboschi and “his” researchers has the great merit to provide an updated map of what is happening, as well as being comprehensible to all – an essential quality for institutions and enterprises wishing to do better, with a better understanding.

WELFARE for PEOPLE. Quarto rapporto su IL WELFARE OCCUPAZIONALE E AZIENDALE IN ITALIA. Il welfare occupazionale e aziendale in Italia (WELFARE for PEOPLE. Fourth report on OCCUPATIONAL AND CORPORATE WELFARE IN ITALY. Occupational and corporate welfare in Italy.)

Michele Tiraboschi (curated by)

Adapt/Intesa Sanpaolo, 2021

The fourth report on this theme, curated by Michele Tiraboschi, confirms how complex – and how vital – this topic is

 

A better understanding about welfare in Italy in order to employ it more effectively, for workers and enterprises, requires above all transparency and accurate content.

These are the features of the research studies included in WELFARE for PEOPLE, the fourth report on occupational and corporate welfare in Italy, curated by Michele Tiraboschi: a sort of guide to a fascinating and important topic that is often taken too lightly. This is why the curators, from the very start, highlight their “ambition to provide a useful contribution to the orderly development of corporate/occupational welfare.” In fact, one of the issues to be tackled is precisely the “disorderly” attitude generated by the enthusiasm on a topic and activities that, on closer inspection, are not really new, though they have just found new prospects for expansion and application.

The research studies comprised in the collection coordinated by Tiraboschi have thus been dictated by the “effort to develop a line of reasoning sufficiently detailed yet also supple in structure and simple in terms of communication.”

Underlying it all is a welfare “map” of Italy, which starts with an analysis of what, we are told, is happening “in the wide universe of (national, territorial and corporate) collective bargaining according to a methodological perspective concerning industrial relationships that allows to systematise a multitude of welfare fragments, which, when considered singularly, only offer a partial and even distorted view of this phenomenon.” This undertaking was made possible thanks to the Italian “fareContrattazione” database, created by the ADAPT research centre and including all main relevant collective bargaining contracts, illustrating the industrial relationship systems featuring the most comparative representative nature, as well as over 2,800 corporate and territorial contracts.

Figures and analyses aside, there are at least three sections worth considering for a better understanding of welfare in Italy, derived from investigations conducted by the Tiraboschi research group. First of all, the one about the ongoing “great transformation” that sees welfare as part of industrial relations; then the one on the relationships between welfare and the pandemic; and finally the links between welfare and territory (and this new edition includes some representative cases). All paying great attention to what we have already hinted at: the need to reliably measure what is happening.

This work by Michele Tiraboschi and “his” researchers has the great merit to provide an updated map of what is happening, as well as being comprehensible to all – an essential quality for institutions and enterprises wishing to do better, with a better understanding.

WELFARE for PEOPLE. Quarto rapporto su IL WELFARE OCCUPAZIONALE E AZIENDALE IN ITALIA. Il welfare occupazionale e aziendale in Italia (WELFARE for PEOPLE. Fourth report on OCCUPATIONAL AND CORPORATE WELFARE IN ITALY. Occupational and corporate welfare in Italy.)

Michele Tiraboschi (curated by)

Adapt/Intesa Sanpaolo, 2021