‘Article 3a’ contract staff

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frProvisions applicable to contract staff referred to in Article 3a CEOS, FG I, and employed by the Court of Justice (in FR).

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.

Basic salaries 2016-17

As from 1 July 2016, salaries of officials and temporary staff and those of contract staff (see comparison with Luxembourg indexation as from 1-1-2017) were increased by 3.3%.

StaffCom Elections: What are the stakes?

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frThere are two components to staff representation: statutory and trade-union. You will need both.

StaffCom Elections – 7 December 2016

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frEPSU CJ (an affiliate of USF) – Our programme – Our candidates.

Luxembourg weighting? Don’t be fooled!

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frEstablishing a weighting for Luxembourg requires amending the Staff Regulations, which is known to be a high-risk operation.

EPSU-CJ: a new start under the USF banner

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frIn Staff Committee elections on 7 December, colleagues in the Court of Justice will have every reason to vote for EPSU-CJ (an extract from Agora Magazine N° 77).

Annual update of salaries: +3.3%

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frFollowing years of loss in purchasing power, an amended Method was put back on the tracks in 2015. The update for 2016 will be +3.3%. How was this figure calculated ?

Pension rights : Transferring or not ?

As salaries are dropping, the minimum subsistence figure is increasingly determinant in calculating your pension (for SCs, for contract staff FG I, and for ASTs with an incomplete career prospect).