The termination of the Agreement with Hospitals is now backfiring


By terminating the 1996 Agreement with the Luxembourgish Hospitals the Commission has left behind a legal vacuum. Now, it’s the PMO that decides! And it decides to abolish generalised direct billing for inpatients. How did we get here? EPSU CJ provides answers.

Cross-border commuters: ‘Free of charge’ means more expensive!

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frAs from 1 March 2020, public transportation within the GD of Luxembourg will be free of charge. But what about cross-border commuters ? It turns out that in some cases it will be more expensive than before!

The 2019-20 Salary Grid

The remuneration and pensions for the month of December are updated with effect from 1 July 2019: In the tables ‘officials and temporary staff’ and ‘contract staff’ you will find useful links; see also 2019 Update. The Luxembourgish Social Minimum Wage was increased as from 1-1-2020. On the basis of an agreement concluded with EPSU-CJ, the Court of Justice provides a pay supplement to colleagues who earn less than the Social Minimum Wage.

2019 Elections – Our positions in short

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frDespite its lack of human ressources, EPSU-CJ has been able to deal with things that matter. Give us the means to do much more! Restore the missing balance!

Season-tickets for cross-border workers!

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frThe institution, which will be released in future from its contribution to the mPass, will have to subsidize our cross-border colleagues in a way that has yet to be specified.

2019 Elections – The staff at a crossroads


The independence that matters to you is independence from the institutions! A Staff Committee can act in a spirit of independence only  if it is backed by a strong and independent trade union! The team of EPSU-CJ candidates has the means and the determination to defend you at all levels of staff representation, both statutory and trade-union.


EPSU-CJ Message for the elections


A strong Staff Committee is one backed by a strong and independent trade union!

2019 Salaries update +2.0%


The combined effect of the gain in the purchasing power of national civil servants (+0.5) and the Joint Brussels-Luxembourg Index (+1.5%) results in an update of our pay and pensions by 2.0%.

Frontal attack on the European public service


“ … France supports the adoption of economic measures such as adopting a new target of overall staff reduction …”.

How the Joint Index cost us 0.5 %

en-savoir-plus-pdf-frThe ‘Joint Index’ —which makes no economic sense— has reduced, in fact, our general salary growth by 0.5 % since 2015.