Italy: employers' opinion on Jobs Act 2015

This statistic illustrates employer firms' opinion on the biggest advantage brought about by the labor market reform 'Jobs Act' in Italy in 2015. According to the survey results, more than half of respondents (56 percent) believed that the Jobs Act had been successful in encouraging Italian firms to hire and invest more. Furthermore, one in four respondents thought that it had provided a more balanced view on employers' and workers' rights.

What is the biggest advantage brought about by the Jobs act?*

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Release date

April 2016



Survey time period


Number of respondents

240 respondents

Special properties

Employer firms

Supplementary notes

The source does not provide any information regarding the survey type.
*Only respondents who believed that the Jobs Act had improved the labor market in Italy.

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