The job market revolution between Flat Tax and Dignity decree
We stayed at the Jobs Act which, among the controversy over the abolition of art. 18 and the new rules has favoured a reduction in temporary contracts by virtue of the transformation of many collaborations into indefinite-term recruitment. With the relative minor and less profitable recourse to the VAT lot.
Today, with the hiccup reforms of the yellow green government and in particular the Flat Tax is likely to reverse the tendency of the drying up of futures contracts, in favor of a more decisive appeal to the VAT lot.
In fact, with a taxation of 15% of incomes up to 65,000 EU-a very large range under which most employees fall-it is not advisable to be hired, considering that the taxation on the assumption is 30%.
Another issue that could seriously affect the productivity and legality of the Job Market, the decree of dignity that involves a cheque of 780 EU: if you think that the average salary of a shop assistant does not reach a thousand euros, you can guess how the recipient of aid may become inclined to inactivity or even carry out some tax-free work in their free time. Thus fuding the black market and depowering operators productivity.
A reform, which plays on the edge of the razor with the savings of Italians, still does not reveal investment in work and development and that relies substantially on hopes in a favorable situation. A legislative manoeuvre that Europe has already rejected and which strongly worries Confindustria and destabilizes the market, bringing the spread to very high levels and dropping the stock exchanges.