Entries by epsu-cj

Say No to CETA!

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frThe anti-TTIP Luxembourg platform, of which Union Syndicale Fédérale is part, welcomes the fact that more and more political players seem finally to face the fact that the free-trade agreement TTIP is a threat to our acquired social, democratic and ecological rights and to our rights as consumers DE / FR. Read also ASSESS_CETA by the Austrian Federal Chamber of Labour (EN/DE).

mPass : Turning failure into a new start

en-savoir-plus-pdf-fr A 30 % discount was offered by Luxembourg subject to the condition that the number of subscriptions would reach 1000 in three years. This period now comes to an end and the number of season-ticket holders has not even reached half that number (493).

A pay rise for German civil servants

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frEmployees of the German civil service will receive a 4.75% pay rise spread over two years, following a salary agreement. This matters for us, too, since these increases will have a repercussion on the 2016 and 2017 updates of our remuneration.

Union finances: Transparency and accountability

Pie_dépenses_2015Having its members’ subscriptions ( 18 563.88) as its only resource, EPSU-CJ spent, in 2015, a total amount of € 15 563.68. Legal aid represents the biggest expense. Henceforth, EPSU-CJ pays its contribution to the USF budget.