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Another maxi fine for companies is on the way: what changes for internships in 2022 – RB

Another maxi fine for companies is coming: what changes for internships in the 2022 – RB

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Another maxi fine for companies is coming: what changes for internships in the 2022 – RB

Stop the exploitation of young workers through extracurricular internships . This is foreseen by an amendment to the Budget law introduced by the government to put a stop to the phenomenon of unpaid apprentices outside their studies. The law will be discussed at the State-Regions conference, in the next session scheduled for next January 12. On the table of ministers and governors the drafting of guidelines to apply the rule outlined in the Maneuver 2022, according to which fines of up to 6 thousand are foreseen for non-compliant companies.

Fines for internship and apprenticeship, squeeze on companies that do not pay

The internship institute was born in 1997 and subsequent ministerial decrees govern its development within study paths, but the constitutional reform of 2001 assigned to the Regions the competence on vocational training.

Once an agreement has been reached in the State-Regions conference on the reorganization of the subject of internships and apprenticeships, no more than 6 months must elapse from the resolution for the drafting of national guidelines.

This could be a real revolution as regards the regulation of employment relationships which should be an opportunity for training, but which represent a large gray area in the labor market in Italy. The latest available data show an activation of 200% of extracurricular internships in the second quarter of only .

Internships and apprenticeships, fines for companies that do not pay: the rules

The amendment in the Budget Law (here all the definitive measures in the Maneuver). has identified the perimeter within which to reform the discipline of a tool that should be oriented “to orientation and vocational training”, but which is often misused, specifying how extra-curricular internships must be intended only for “subjects with difficulties of social inclusion “.

The law provides for clear rules on the maximum duration of the internships, which must be planned including any extensions, and on the appropriate remuneration in the form of participation allowance , otherwise a fine for companies of one thousand to 6 thousand $, but also the possibility of recognition by the judge, at the request of the trainee, of the “existence of an employment relationship” (here we talked about the news about the internship at school).

The internships must be limited on the basis of the size of the companies and, above all, before opening the inclusion in the staff of other trainees , the obligation to hire a minimum quota of those already in the workforce .

According to the general principles established in the Maneuver, the internships must be traceable and monitored with a mandatory communication, as it already happens for the curricular ones, and for each one will be provided the programming of the skills to be acquired, so as to draw up a final balance of skills and issue a certification of those assimilated.

Not only internships outside the course of study, the new paragraph 8-undecies of the art 199 also provides for innovations for first-level apprenticeships (we talked about it here with the extension in the Ristori decree of the relief for the apprenticeship), with tax relief of the 100% to companies that sign contracts with young people for the attainment of the qualification and the professional diploma, the upper secondary education diploma and the certificate of higher technical specialization.