The article is aimed at demonstrating that in globalization labour law is ineffective toprotect the worker, as weak contractor in the employment relationship. After a short analysis ofthe historical and political context of globalization, that brought labour law to privatization,the author highlights the lack of universal protection for workers from the point of view of internationalpublic law in the systems of ILO-WTO-UN charts; finally, he describes -like uniquetransnational form of workers' protection, even if market-oriented - the recent jurisprudence ofthe European Court of Justice about the European Chart of Fundamental Rights.
|Numero di pagine||51|
|Rivista||TEMILAVORO.IT SINOSSI INTERNET DI DIRITTO DEL LAVORO E DELLA SICUREZZA SOCIALE|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|