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2020: Will the coronavirus attack our pay?

Since 2014, the Staff Regulations no longer leave it to the institutions to determine whether or not there has been “a serious and sudden deterioration in the economic and social situation”. Instead, they set objective [...]

2014 Staff Regulations reforms: cost savings overshadowed by their impact on the workforce

Who still wants to work for the EU? The European Court of Auditors' Report No 15/2019 analyses the Commission's implementation of the 2014 Staff Regulations reform and related measures. Verdict? Substantial savings, but not without [...]

Reform of Staff Regulations: many actions not definitively settled yet

In June 2019 issue of STAFF MATTERS, we will be looking at actions brought following the reform of the Staff Regulations which entered into force in 2014. Travel expenses, travelling time, annual leave, career capping, [...]

European Patents Office: 3 BIG Wins at the ILO-AT

The ATILO has handed down a number of Judgments on 26 June, in the course of its 126th session. This is a session on which the EPO Administration will not look with undiluted pleasure. To [...]

Rejet du recours USF contre la Réforme 2014

In French only !   ARRÊT DU TRIBUNAL (huitième chambre) 16 novembre 2017 http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf?text=&docid=196750&pageIndex=0&doclang=FR&mode=lst&dir=&occ=first&part=1&cid=1468292 «Recours en annulation – Délai de recours – Irrecevabilité – Responsabilité non contractuelle – Réforme du statut et du RAA – Règlement (UE, Euratom) no 1023/2013 – Irrégularités au [...]

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