|Italy-Supreme Court rules on workplace bullying and the Lisbon Treaty|
-contributed by Studio Legale Stanchi
A recent Supreme Court decision has established that an employee's superior can be held liable for bullying in the workplace, and for consequent economic and non-pecuniary damages, when such behaviour is intentionally damaging to the employee's professional dignity. It is also the first decision of the court that directly implements the principles of the Lisbon Treaty.
Author: Andrea Nicolò Stanchi
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