Euroirse Project

Istituto Europeo per lo Sviluppo Socio Economico


  • 1 - Partner
  • 2 - Abstract
  • 4 - Activities
  • 5 - Results
  • 6 - Deliverables
  • 7 - Key Documents



FELSA CISL (Federazione Lavoratori Somministrati ed Autonomi Atipici) is a trade union founded in 2009 and derives from the union of two distinct entities: the CLACS (Coordination of Autonomous Workers' Trade and Services) and the ALAI (Association of Atypical Workers and Agencies).
Through the trade union FELSA CISL has decided to give voice to a world of non-standard workers: temporary agency staff , project staff, occasional services, joint venture, VAT-registered self-employed,
etc. ... with the aim of the union that is to gather and meet atypical workers protecting their rights and providing them with appropriate support services.
In order to enhance the specific representation of different types of contracts, the Federation is divided into four functional departments to improve the organizational structure. The departments are: Administered; Atypical; Autonomous and Professional associations.
Flexibility is an important objective of the labor market in Lombardy involving thousands of workers and employees. These subjects also require an effective implementation of specific safeguards and protections, in a situation of great social and economic tensions. FELSA CISL objectives are:
• strengthen the social security aspects
• introduce innovative bilateral negotiation forms or implement them if they already exist;
• consolidating the national collective agreements, the agreements at national, regional or local level
• initiate pathways for the recognition of professions (for self-employment)


This project has been funded with the financial support of the Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue Programme of the European Union - Directorate-Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.