The new AEC presented to the Chamber: Commercial agents Federagenti Cisal, Cisal, Unsic Anpit

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By John

Federagenti Cisal, Cisal, Unsic and Anpit they presented the new one during a press conference in the Chamber of Deputies Collective Economic Agreement for the regulation of agency and commercial representation relationships in the sectors of commerce, services, tertiary, tourism, industry and crafts. “We asked ourselves and asked the sending companies if the sales agent was still a central figure. The answer is yes. And it is for this reason – explained Luca Gaburro, general secretary of Federagenti Cisal, that we have introduced and foreseen that the company recognizes 60% of the commissions established with customers in the case of electronic commerce to exclusive agents. It is an agreement – concluded Gaburro – which by also intervening on severance pay, offers a serious and balanced solution to the problem and recognizes the centrality of a figure who represents more than 66% of the entire Italian GDP”.

Applause for the agreement came at the opening of the press conference from MP Luca Pastorino, member of the 9th Transport, Post and Telecommunications Commission, who spoke of the “excellent result obtained”. The Honorable Silvio Giovine, member of the “Another important step after the recognition of the European allowance – underlined Fulvio De Gregorio, Cisal confederal secretary, who brought greetings from Cisal general secretary Francesco Cavallaro. An agreement – added De Gregorio – the result of the synergy between the interested parties who for years have been pursuing innovative national collective bargaining, in step with the times, capable of providing answers to needs”. Thought highlighted by Anpit president Federico Iadicicco for whom “only the value of negotiation has made such an agreement possible which commits both companies and trade unions to the protection of an important professional figure, which within it has extraordinary innovative elements that , precisely, with a view to enhancing the bond between the employer and, in this case, the commercial agents in a difficult general context where the advance of new technologies has produced dysfunctions and problems for this category of workers”.