Rome, October 18 - Sackings from steady jobs rose by 28% in the first eight months of the year compared to the same period last year, pensions and social security agency INPS said Tuesday. INPS said the rise was due to Premier Matteo Renzi's landmark Jobs Act labour-market reform. In particular, it said, firings for disciplinary reasons rose more than any others, but those for just cause and justified reasons were also up.
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