Digital revolution... Artificial intelligence... Newsletter EPSU - 06 February 2019 EPSU fights for a trustworthy artificial intelligence use that supports rather than substitutes public service workers! digitalisation and workers - artificial intelligence (4 February 2019) [...]
Solidarity... SUPPORT TO OUR AMERICAN COLLEAGUES On both sides of the Atlantic, democracy and state systems framed with checks and balances have provided people and citizens with freedom and prosperity, safeguarding their dignity. At the [...]
Protection of personal data – A clear warning from the Court: not protecting its staff sufficiently is an illegal act!
Case T-881/16: the administration is responsible for data breaches. The General Court has rendered an interesting judgement regarding the protection of personal data of EU staff. The Court underlined that any data breach allowing non [...]
The European Ombudsman, Emily O'Reilly, has drawn up a list of good practices after reviewing the anti-harassment policies in 26 EU institutions and agencies. Other important measures include allowing trainees to make formal complaints about [...]
Pensions – Balance the Pension Scheme for EU Officials – The European Commission presents an interim report…
The aim of this interim report is to present an overview of the implementation of the rules for keeping in balance the Pension Scheme for EU Officials (PSEO) in the period 2014-2018. Those rules are [...]
This interim report implements the aforementioned provision by describing the process and outcome of the implementation of the rules for updating remuneration and pensions under Annex XI to the Staff Regulations (hereinafter the "Method") as [...]
Fundamental rights – The Council of Europe discusses the means for redress to be given to the staff of international organisations against their administrations !
Discussions at the Council of Europe: the staff of international organisations need means for redress against their administrations ... Jurisdictional immunity of international organisations and the rights of their staff
Transferred pension rights ‘gone down the drain’ paid back after retirement Four members of the contract staff of the Court of Justice transferred their national pension rights to the EU pension scheme. The administration had [...]
ILOAT – Around the discussions on the very worrying future of the organization, the President of the USF expresses some comments!
The future of ILOAT is still in a state of serious crisis! USF appreciates the opportunity to continue to contribute to the current discussions on the subject; the President expresses some comments in a letter... [...]