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Employment in Italy
Italy is positioned in the South of Europe surrounded by the Mediterranean and Adriatic Sea and it’s part of the European Union. In the past years the ICT sector has been growing rapidly which is a direct result of systematic development and evolving ICT infrastructure.
1.886 trillion USD
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Top Tech Cities in Italy
The capital and largest city of Italy
Population: 4.33 million
Companies outsourcing from rome: Amazon, IBM, Deloitte, Accenture
Top industries for Native Team building: Software Development, IT Services, Consulting
Popular destinations: Castel Sant’Angelo, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain
Famous for: This Capital of Italy is well known for historic sites such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and Vatican City
THE REGIONAL CENTRE OF THE NORTHERN ITALY PLAIN REGION
Population: 1.352 million
Companies outsourcing from milan: Microsoft, Google, Apple
Top industries for Native Team building: Design, ICT Services
Popular destinations: Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan Cathedral,Sforza Castle
Famous for: Navigli, Cuisine, Trams
LOCATED IN NORTHWEST ITALY IT IS POISED TO BECOME THE WORLDS FIRST SMART CITY
Companies outsourcing from turin: CapGemini, InfoSyS, Deliveroo
Top industries for Native Team building: AI, Big Data & Analytics
Popular destinations: Mole Antonelliana, Castello di Rivoli, Palazzo Reale and Palazzo Madama
Famous for: Italy's Chocolate Capital, Egyptian Museum, Historic Coffee Houses
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Facts about hiring in italy
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Strong employment contracts are required in Italy and must always state the benefits, compensation ( which must always be in Euros ) and termination requirements.
In Italy, the standard working week consists of 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for 40 hours total per Week. Employees whose work day is longer than 6 hours are entitled to a rest break which cannot be less than 10 minutes.
Employees in Italy are entitled to a minimum of 25 days off each year and 32 hours of paid leave. The amount increases based on the age of the employee. Moreover, Italy celebrates 11 public holidays for which the employees are given a day off and if a holiday falls on Sunday the first non working day is transferred to Monday.
Women in Italy are entitled to 20 weeks of maternity leave, which can start 8 weeks prior to delivery and can continue for 12 weeks after the delivery. The new mom-to-be is entitled to 80% of her last paid salary paid for through the Social Security System. New dads are entitled to 1 day off for paternity leave and the mother can transfer 2 additional days for up to 3 days.
Employees in Italy are entitled to 3 sick days per year which are paid by the employer for the first two periods of sickness in the year. For the third and fourth period the worker is paid 66% and 50%. From days 4-21 the employee is paid 50% by the employer and 50% by the government, which reduces to 34% by the employer and 66% by the government from day 22.gi