Entries by epsu-cj

Officials’ careers – pro rata temporis

Under the 2004 Reform, the career structure has undergone deep changes. At the Court of Justice, to adapt to these changes, EPSU CJ elaborated and negociated a promotions system, known as ‘pro rata temporis’, which applies exclusively in this institution since 2006 (see the texts relating to it: 2009, 2015 (FR)).

The General Court upholds citizens’ rights!

In its Judgment of 10 May 2017, in Case T-754/14, the General Court annuls the Commission’s refusal to register the proposed European citizens’ initiative (ECI) ‘Stop TTIP’. You may read the Press Releases of the said ECI (EN) and of the Luxembourgish Platform Stop CETA and TTIP (DE/FR), of which USF is part.

Democracy, transparency and accountability

Pie_dépenses_2016Only a trade union relying on members’ subscriptions can claim it is independent.  This is so with EPSU CJ (subscriptions collected in 2016: € 19 376.07). Click on the image to see how expenses are broken down. The General Meeting of EPSU CJ takes stock of the past and sketches out its lines of action for the future (read the Resolution).

EPSU CJ : Strengthening trade union democracy

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frWith the highest number of votes (39.2%) and 6 seats, EPSU CJ remains the only representative union at the Court of Justice. EPSU CJ alone will represent the staff of the institution at the negotiations on the Staff Regulations.

A first false step

en-savoir-plus-pdf-fr7 out of the 13 members of the newly elected Staff Committee “decided” to request the Human Resources to fill the two full-time posts made available to the StaffCom in breach of the 2/3 quorum rule. EPSU CJ informed the Administration about it. By a formal Decision of 29 March 2017, the Registrar of the Court upheld EPSU CJ’s position.