USF letter on JSIS to Commissioner Oettinger

Union Syndicale Fédérale (USF) has sent an email to Commissioner Oettinger (Member of the Commission and Responsible for budget and human resources) highlighting the issues faced by staff members, their families and previous staff members currently retired when dealing with the Joint Insurance Sickness Scheme (JSIS), especially in relation to costs charged to those insured […]

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BREXIT is only 12 months away, what happens to UK Staff?

With little more than one year before the U.K. withdraws from the EU, there is still much uncertainty on the future status of the colleagues holding only a U.K. passport. Union Syndicale Fédérale is closely monitoring the ongoing negotiations, to ensure that our British colleagues will not become ‘collateral damage’ of the BREXIT process. With this […]

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Danish MEP follows up on USF’s letter on EPO working conditions

Danish MEP has decided to follow up on the European Patent Office (EPO) working conditions and asked the Commission to answer, in writing, on what is the Commission’s view on the reported situation and what is the plan to follow up on the issues presented. The difficult situation of EPO working conditions had been raised first […]

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Niels Bracke visiting Eurojust on 10 April 2018

We are glad to announce that Mr. Niels Bracke, President of Union Syndicale Bruxelles, and expert in Dutch Tax Law, will visit Eurojust on Tuesday, 10 April 2018. During the event, organised by USEJ and supported by Eurojust Administrative Director, Mr. Bracke will give a presentation for all staff members on Tax Law, and will […]

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ETUC calls for quick adoption of EU Directive on work-life balance

ETUC, the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) to which USF belongs (only union in the European civil service to be affiliated to ETUC), has released a video to support the swift adoption of the ‘Work-life balance’ Directive by the European Union.  You can watch (and share!) the video here. If you want to know more about the […]

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Updated Rules and Membership Form

Following the outcome of the vote on the Subscription Fees, the Rules of Union Syndicale Eurojust and the Membership Form have been updated. You can check the new version of the Rules, along with the previous revisions, in the Rules & Decisions page. The new Membership Form is available in the Membership page.

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Change in membership fees

Following the results of last week vote, the membership fees for 2018 are now calculated as 0.16% of your basic salary, step 1. The updated monthly and yearly fees are available here. Below are the results of the vote: Option 1 (0.16% of basic salary, step 1): 17.5* Option 2 (0.20% of basic salary, step […]

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