IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Italian government has published its annual quota for workers from outside the European Economic Area.
Additional Information: Each year, the Italian government issues a decree that defines the number of quota-subject non-EEA workers who can be admitted to be employed locally by Italian companies.
BAL Analysis: Employers are reminded that exemptions exist for a number of worker categories. Companies are encouraged to take note of the quota and any relevant exemptions and plan their international recruiting and hiring programs accordingly.
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