USF and Europol meeting with LIBE to support Europol staff

A USF delegation (J. Minic (Eurojust and USEJ), M. Lopez Aguilar (USF), N. Mavraganis (USF president), C. Scano (USF Representative for the Agencies)), together with a member from Europol (C. Farrar), met with the Chair of the LIBE Committee MEP M. Lopez Aguilar, to discuss current staff issues in Europol. Indeed, Europol staff are facing significant […]

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USEJ at the USF Congress in Bratislava

USEJ will attend the USF Congress in Bratislava this week. You can check the Agenda and also have a look at the Paper that USEJ will present. Last (but not least!) there will be a presentation about our Union: factsheets, composition, challenges and next steps. You will hear more about the Congress on our upcoming […]

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Pictures from Niels Bracke’s visit

Thank you all for attending Niels Bracke’s session last week. We hope you found the topics interesting and that the one – to – one sessions provided you with valuable information and advice. As you know, we, as USEJ, organised the visit and we are happy to say that all the topics we included in […]

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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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