Active Policies for the Management of Human Resources - IX edition

II level
1 Year
Alternate Weekends (Saturday and Sunday)

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Spring 2022

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The aim of the Master in Active Policies for the Direction and Management of Human Resources is to train managerial figures able to evaluate, analyze, manage and direct a company or an institution on the basis of the active labour market policies.

The Master provides the following knowledge and competencies:

  • Knowledge of active policies and servicies amployment policies for wor in Italy and Europe; 
  • Knowledge of new modalities of management and promotion of human resources in the Public Administrations and in complex business organizations;
  • Knowledge and planning of organizational and administrative models of public services for ensuring the delivery of the essential levels of social and labor benefits required by law;
  • Analysis of models of operation and promotion of the labour market welfare system, within the framework of the relationship between well-being and productivity;
  • Planning, management and organization of conseling and  coaching interventions for taking charge of a customer;
  • Planning, management and organization of accompanying and relocation programmes;
  • Knowledge of methodological tools for the analysis of the impact of labour politicies and incentives;
  • Knowledge and evaluation of tools for planning interventions to promote human capital, in the company, in the territory and in the relationship between the company and the local reference context;
  • Development of competencies and professional contents required to operate in services and institutions of the labour market;
  • Comprehension and organization of services with innovative modalities for the management of the relations with the customer;
  • Knowledge and use of the main online operating systems;
  • Knowledge and use of databases and information systems;
  • Knowledge of the main methods of management of operators for the direction and administration of the personnel.

Target students and Career Opportunities

  • Master Degree Graduates in: Labour Consulting, Law, Labour Market and Industrial Relations, Economy, Business Administration, Psychology, Political Science, Social Science and equivalent degrees
  • Management Consultants
  • Operators and Executives  of public service systems for the labour market
  • Operators and Executives of trade unions and professional bodies
  • Operators and Executives of employment agencies
  • Corporate welfare consultants
  • Operators and executives of social services
  • Executives fo human resources
  • Labour consultants
  • Occupational psychologists
  • Project designers


Applicants to the Master in Anti-corruption must have attained a Specialist Degree, a Master's Degree, and/or a Degree of the Old System, obtained at a University of the Italian Republic; as well as another equivalent Higher Institute, or a degree attained at an International University, provided that said Degree Title is legally recognized in Italy.

All the aforementioned requirements must be demonstrated within the deadlines provided in the Academic Regulations, under penalty of non-admission to the Master's selection test.

Annual Tuition

The annual tuition fee, without financial benefits, for enrolling in the Master's program is € 10.000


Students who wish to enroll may request an appointment with the Orientation Office, at the following number +39 06 94802282.

Scientific Director

Romano Benini
Romano Benini, Extraordinary Professor of Sociology and Welfare and coordinator of the Degree Course in Labour Consulting and Workfare System at Link Campus University. Adjunct Professor at Università Sapienza in Rome. Expert and consultant to Region and recruiting agencies. Expert for the Employment Consultancy ondazione studi Consulenti del Lavoro. Presidency of the Council of Ministers

Romano Benini

Vitaliano Capicotto

Maria Cristina Cimaglia

Giampiero Bianchi

Andrea Simoncini

Fabrizio Dafano

Andrea Pugliese

Maurizio Sorcioni

  • Elements of labour history (ability to act, autonomy and know-how in the historical events)
  • Basics of sociology of work
  • Promotion of work and national political models: the role of activation
  • Economic institutions and indicators in the labour market
  • Tendencies of the labour market in Italy
  • The evolution of the italian legislation related to the labour market
  • Impact and evolution of organizational models in a company
  • The system of labour market governance in Europe and Italy: an evolution in progress
  • European funds for the labour market and for education
  • The evolution of industrial relations and contractual models in the private and public system - basic course
  • The evolution of the labour market in Italy and the increased demand for professionalism
  • Economic analysis and analysis of the labour market: sources, tools and techniques
  • Structure and evolution of labour policies in Italy and Europe
  • Contract types
  • Regulation and programmation of active policies
  • Interventions related to labour reform
  • The 2021 - 2027 european agenda of employment policies
  • The social economic impact of labour policies: assessment and measurement
  • The system of public employment services: mission, modalities and principles of operation
  • The system of private employment services: mission, modalities and principles of operation
  • Principles of coaching as provided by the regional legislation - basic course
  • Promotion of auto-employment and start up support - basic course
  • New organizational models for smart working
  • Coaching and personnel selection - basic course
  • Bilateral labor market institutions and funded training
  • Elements of previdence and previdential legal insurance
  • Measuring the functions of the labour market and information systems
  • The structural changes of the labour market and system of competencies
  • Evolution of the labour market, policies and industrial relation systems.
  • Management of human resources: motivation, team and leadership
  • Promotion and autoemployment: intervention instruments
  • Inclusion and anti-poverty policies
  • Citizenship income, support to the active inclusion and other tools for social and labour inclusion
  • Diversity management: the promotion of gender, age and cultural diversity as a quality factor in the labour market
  • Management and organization of the unemployment allowance for corporate crisis
  • Placement in the University system
  • Coaching for the promotion of human resources and emotional intelligence
  • Public and private: complementary management of labour policies
  • The system of social shock-absorbers
  • Incentive to work and exemptions: legislation and operation
  • Management of services of an employment agencies: models, professionality, techniques and tools
  • Mangement of services: information systems for labour market integration
  • Assistance and counselling for labour transition: orientation, training, counseling and bdc
  • Gender policies
  • Systems and promotion of learning network between company and territory
  • Practices and methods of corporate welfare
  • Elements and tools for the management of human resources
  • Contractual welfare
  • Selection interview in a dimension of balances between current appropriateness and development potential with respect to the position held
  • Certification, competence assessment and introduction into the labour market
  • Analysis of competencies, competence assessment and professional projects
  • Working on the web and social networks: techniques and tools for the relevation to the promotion of a candidacy
  • Projects and training processes
  • Management and promotion of self-employment
  • Storytelling and promotion of employment services
  • Local networks for social inclusion
  • Education and the labour market: tools, services and local initiatives
  • Smart working in public and private contexts
  • The establishemnt of active policies in the labour market
  • Stakeholding mapping, defining priorities and common strategies, planning interventions, measuring impacts, involving communities
  • Corporate welfare: industrial relations and tools; productivity and wealth
  • New forms of labour organization: coworking, business incubators, social innovation as a tool for economic, environmental and social sustainability
  • Establishing and cultivating online reputation
  • Contracting and new industrial policies
  • Coaching in a perspective of individual personality
  • ctive policies and services for re-employment services
  • Education and labour: contracts and legislation
  • Labour market areas in Italy and abroad. Quality and territorial vocation: districts, supply chains and employment density

Each candidate of the Master is required to create a Project Work related to the themes developed in the course.

The aim of the final project is to propose one or more innovative solutions through the in-depth analysis of context variables, processes and application models.

The PW may be individual or collaborative, in the latter case the individual contribution will be the subject of a specific evaluation.



For the Academic Year 2020/21 Link Campus University, has established the Link Switch Formula to meet the changing needs of students by offering high-level instruction and a safe learning environment. You can choose between the Smart Option, which will allow you to follow all the lessons live from your computer in live streaming modality, and the SafeClass Option, which is in presence-based modality, implemented in a mini-classes of up to 25 students. You may switch from one to the other mode at any time, according to your needs.

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