'; In Article 21a, the following paragraph is added: '3. The specific indicators shall take two forms: one indicator for each of the function groups as they are defined in the Staff Regulations. A report on the probationer may be made at any time before the end of the probationary period if his work is proving obviously inadequate. AR 40-501, the army pregnancy regulation, lets you continue your service during and after your pregnancy. This Article does not apply to contracts of temporary staff engaged as heads of agencies or deputy heads of agencies as referred to in the Union act establishing the agency or to officials seconded in the interests of the service to an agency.'. 7. Effect of the 2011 vs 2003 duty hour regulation-compliant models on sleep duration, trainee education, and continuity of patient care among internal medicine house staff: a randomized trial. 7. The period of notice shall not, however, commence to run during pregnancy if confirmed by a medical certificate, maternity leave or sick leave, provided such sick leave does not exceed three months. 3. By way of derogation from the third paragraph of Article 17, the temporary staff referred to in Article 2(f) with a contract for an indefinite period may, irrespective of their seniority, be granted unpaid leave for periods not exceeding one year. To that end, the candidate, using a specific form, shall inform the appointing authority of any actual or potential conflict of interest. Special leave may furthermore be granted to officials on an exceptional basis in the case of exceptional work which goes beyond an official's normal obligations. In that case, the first two paragraphs of Article 3 of Annex IVa shall not apply. If the institution terminates the contract, the servant shall be entitled to compensation equal to one-third of his basic salary for the period between the date when his duties end and the date when his contract expires; where the servant no longer satisfies the conditions laid down in point (a) of Article 12(2), subject to the possibility of authorising an exception under that provision. '; (8)  Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 259/68 of 29 February 1968 laying down the Staff Regulations and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Communities and instituting special measures temporarily applicable to officials of the Commission (OJ L 56, 4.3.1968, p. 1). After transmission of the draft legislative act to the national parliaments. Duties, obligations and privileges. '; '2. Permission shall be refused only where the interests of the Union so require and such refusal would not entail criminal consequences as far as the official is concerned. h��`�`u�~z7`u6�O�l?IsR��h���eMc�;�d�}܏�6`�G�0�'�z]��W�I����d�d�20W}�b�?�~��`�?�ꦭ�W����Ⱥ��e�X�=�@mu"e� š����%` The invalidity allowance shall be equal to 70 % of the official's last basic salary. They will work until 2359hrs each night and on a weeknight and from 0500-2359hrs on a weekend unless the CO or 1SG direct otherwise. '; In Chapter 2 of Title III, the following Section is added: At the earliest five years before the official's pensionable age, an official with at least ten years of service may be placed by decision of the appointing authority on leave in the interests of the service for organisational needs linked to the acquisition of new competences within the institutions. Agencies which are fully self-financed currently pay the employers’ contribution to the scheme. The duration of the leave may be doubled for single parents recognised under general implementing provisions adopted by the appointing authority of each institution and for parents of dependent children with a disability or a severe illness recognised by the institution's medical officer. Any failure by officials or former officials to comply with these obligations should render them liable to disciplinary action. Where appropriate, the Commission should submit proposals for the adaptation of those rules. To that effect, the relevant amounts contained in the Staff Regulations and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union should be understood as reference amounts which are subject to a regular and automatic update. While maintaining the principle that the vast majority of officials are to be recruited on the basis of open competitions, the appointing authority may decide, by way of derogation from point (d) and only in exceptional cases, to hold a competition internal to the institution which shall also be open to contract staff as defined in Articles 3a and 3b of the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union. '; in the last sentence of paragraph 3, the word 'adjusted' is replaced by 'updated'; in paragraph 10, the words 'Institutions of the Union' are replaced by 'authorities of the institutions referred to in the first paragraph of Article 6'; paragraph 11 is replaced by the following: 'Every two years the Commission shall present a report on the financial situation of the unemployment insurance scheme. The sensitivity threshold for the six-month period mentioned in Article 5(2) of this Annex shall be the percentage corresponding to 6 % for a 12-month period. Changes in the cost of living outside Brussels. Any update of the contribution rate shall take effect on 1 July at the same time as the annual update of remuneration under Article 65 of the Staff Regulations. The Commission shall publish the updated values within two weeks after the update in the C series of the Official Journal of the European Union for information purposes. All professional staff salaries will be given only when time sheets are submitted to the accounts department on time. Then another detail two hours after that one. The official shall also be entitled during the same period to the family allowances provided for in Article 67. Each institution should ensure that its internal human resources policies use the possibilities provided in the Staff Regulations to allow for appropriate careers for high-potential and high-performing officials. That report shall be communicated to the person concerned, who shall have the right to submit his comments in writing within eight working days. Federal law sets out few specific requirements for nurse staffing. 5. Officials not covered by point (a) who were before 1 May 2004 in the former category B or who were before 1 May 2004 in the former category C or D and have become a member of function group AST without restriction, as well as AST officials recruited since 1 May 2004, shall be assigned to the type of post "Assistant in transition". '; An official shall, after leaving the service, continue to be bound by the duty to behave with integrity and discretion as regards the acceptance of certain appointments or benefits. 2. ROLE OF EUROSTAT AND RELATIONS WITH THE NATIONAL STATISTICAL INSTITUTES OR OTHER APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES OF THE MEMBER STATES. AND . If there is a decrease in the real Union GDP for the current year as forecast by the Commission and the specific indicator is positive, only part of the specific indicator shall be used to calculate the value of the update. The rules bar wakes from taking place in any hospitality venue - including pubs. '; at the end of the month in which the accredited parliamentary assistant reaches the age of 66 years or, on an exceptional basis, at the date fixed in accordance with the second and third paragraphs of Article 52 of the Staff Regulations;'; taking into account the fact that trust is the basis of the working relationship between the Member and his accredited parliamentary assistant, at the end of the period of notice specified in the contract, which shall give the accredited parliamentary assistant or the European Parliament, acting at the request of the Member or Members of the European Parliament whom the accredited parliamentary assistant was taken on to assist, the right to terminate the contract before its expiry. It shall be paid in the currency of the country in which the official performs his duties or in euros. '; in the second subparagraph of paragraph 2, the words '15 years' are replaced by '12 years'; the third subparagraph of paragraph 2 is amended as follows: to follow his spouse, the latter also being an official or other servant of the Union required in the course of his duties to establish his habitual residence at such a distance from the place of employment of the applicant official that the establishment of their conjugal home in such a place would inconvenience the applicant official in the performance of his duties; or'; to assist his spouse, a relative in the ascending line, a relative in the descending line, a brother or a sister in the case of medically certified serious illness or disability,'; Article 42a is replaced by the following: An official shall be entitled to up to six months of parental leave without basic salary for every child, to be taken during the first twelve years after the birth or adoption of the child. (4)  Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union, laid down in Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 259/68 (OJ L 56, 4.3.1968, p. 1). An official shall be entitled to a flat-rate payment corresponding to the cost of travel for himself, his spouse and his dependants actually living in his household: on taking up his appointment, from the place where he was recruited to the place where he is employed; on termination of service within the meaning of Article 47 of the Staff Regulations, from the place where he is employed to the place of origin as defined in paragraph 4 of this Article; on any transfer involving a change in the place where he is employed. '; Article 9(1) is replaced by the following: '1. In duly justified cases, the appointing authority may also determine that a post is a non-family posting. Where such entitlement to authorisation is exercised to care for a seriously ill or disabled spouse, relative in the ascending line, relative in the descending line, brother or sister, or to take part in further training, the total of all such periods shall not exceed five years over the official's career. Where an official, for reasons other than the requirements of the service, has not used up his annual leave before the end of the current calendar year, the amount of leave which may be carried over to the following year shall not exceed 14 working days. CREATION AND WITHDRAWAL OF CORRECTION COEFFICIENTS (ARTICLE 64 OF THE STAFF REGULATIONS). Articles 1d and 1e of the Staff Regulations shall apply by analogy. Provided they satisfy the conditions laid down in the first paragraph of Article 44, officials in grade AD 12, step 5, holding a post of Administrator and benefiting from the measure in paragraph 5 shall receive after two years an additional increase in basic salary equivalent to the difference between the salary corresponding to grade AD 12, step 5, and grade AD 12, step 4. The Council requested from the Commission a study and the submission of appropriate proposals on Article 5(4), Annex I, Section A, and Article 45(1) of the Staff Regulations with a view to establishing a clear link between responsibilities and grade and in order to ensure a greater emphasis on the level of responsibilities when comparing merits in the context of promotion. Article 12b of the Staff Regulations shall continue to apply during the period of unpaid leave on personal grounds. However, a member of the temporary staff who is not gainfully employed may, not later than one month following that in which unpaid leave begins, apply to continue to be covered against the risks referred to in Article 28, provided that he bears half the cost of the contributions provided for in that Article for the duration of his leave; the contribution shall be calculated by reference to his last basic salary. He shall, however, be entitled to such pension, irrespective of length of service, if he is over pensionable age, if it has not been possible to reinstate him during a period of non-active status or in the event of retirement in the interests of the service. '; (6)  Council Regulation (ECSC, EEC, Euratom) No 300/76 of 9 February 1976 determining the categories of officials entitled to allowances for shift work, and the rates and conditions thereof (OJ L 38, 13.2.1976, p. 1). Member States shall have direct access to it. Choose the Right Synonym for duty Noun function, office, duty, province mean the acts or operations expected of a person or thing. 1. The total length of the probationary period shall in no circumstances exceed 15 months. '; The third paragraph of Article 56 is replaced by the following: 'As provided in Annex VI, overtime worked by officials in grades SC 1 to SC 6 and grades AST 1 to AST 4 shall entitle them either to compensatory leave or to remuneration where requirements of the service do not allow compensatory leave during two months following that in which the overtime was worked. 2. That call reiterated in fact the objective of the 2011 Commission proposal for amendment of the Staff Regulations of Officials and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Union, which strove to ensure cost-efficiency and acknowledged that challenges currently faced by the European Union require a particular effort by each and every public administration and each and every member of its staff to improve efficiency and to adjust to the changing economic and social context in Europe. The second sentence of Article 55(4) of the Staff Regulations shall not apply by analogy to the contract staff. The AMC serves as a means by which the requirements contained in the Basic Regulation, and the IR, can be met. In particular, the annual travelling time should be replaced by home leave and limited to a maximum of two and a half days. California Air Resources Board Staff Current Assessment of the Technical Feasibility of Lower NOx Standards and Associated Test Procedures for 2022 and Subsequent Model Year . The appointing authority may, in cases of necessity, grant additional special leave where the national legislation of the country in which the adoption procedure takes place and which is not the country of employment of the adopting official requires a stay of one or both adoptive parents. Contract staff in function groups II, III and IV may be authorised to take part in internal competitions only after having completed three years of service in the institution. For places with a high cost-of-living increase (as measured by the change in the implicit indices), the correction coefficient shall come into effect before 1 January in the case of the intermediate update, or 1 July in the case of the annual update. Removals effected after the expiry of the time limits set out in this paragraph shall be reimbursed only in exceptional cases and by special decision of the appointing authority. From 1 January 2016 agencies which are partly financed from that budget shall pay the part of the employers’ contributions which corresponds to the proportion between the agency's revenues without the subsidy from the general budget of the European Union and its total revenues. That report shall be communicated to the member of the temporary staff, who shall have the right to submit his comments in writing within eight working days. The correction coefficients shall be created or withdrawn as well as annually updated in accordance with Annex XI. Officials who were in grades AD 9 to AD 14 on 31 December 2013 and who were Head of unit or equivalent shall be assigned to the type of post "Head of unit or equivalent". until 31 December 2015 as from the age of 55; until 31 December 2016 as from the age of 57. By way of derogation from the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 of the Sole Article of Annex IV, an official to whom a pensionable age of less than 65 years applies in accordance with paragraph 1 shall receive the allowance provided for in that Annex under the conditions laid down therein until the day on which the official reaches his pensionable age. Moreover, in order to remedy the difficulties with the application of the method in the past, provision should be made for a method to allow for an automatic annual update of all salaries, pensions and allowances, including an automatic crisis clause. While on duty, duty officers attend to administrative tasks and incidents that require attention regardless of the time of day, in addition to the officer's normal duties. 4. 2. The allowance shall not be paid if the official resigns after the start of the procedure referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 or if he is entitled to the immediate payment of a full pension. '; '4. Any alteration to the basis of calculation which may arise from changes in family status after the date of payment of the sums in question shall not render the official concerned liable to make repayment. Whenever possible their duties Officials with 20 or more years’ service on 1 May 2004 shall become entitled to a retirement pension when they reach the age of 60. A contract staff member whose work or conduct has not proved adequate for establishment in his post shall be dismissed. The agencies may decide not to appoint alternate members in the Joint Committee or Committees provided for in Article 2 of Annex II. Temporary staff referred to in Article 2(f) shall be engaged on the basis of a selection procedure organised by one or more agencies. (a) Staff assessment shall be deducted, each pay period, from the total payments due to each staff member, at the rates and subject to the conditions prescribed in staff regulation 3.3 and staff rule 3.2. 3. as of the age of 58 during the last three years before he reaches pensionable age. an average indicator weighted to reflect the number of national civil servants corresponding to each function group. %PDF-1.5 Officials whose place of employment is outside the territory of the Member States shall be entitled for themselves and, if they are entitled to receive the household allowance, for their spouse and other dependants within the meaning of Article 2, in each calendar year, to a flat-rate payment for travel expenses to their place of origin, or to repayment of travel expenses to another place not exceeding the expense of travel to the place of origin. It The above-mentioned allowance shall be paid to staff members who respect that determination. (7)  Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 260/68 of 29 February 1968 laying down the procedure and the conditions for applying the tax for the benefit of the European Communities (OJ L 56, 4.3.1968, p. 3. Her work week should not exceed 40 hours and the Soldier must not work more than 8 hours in any 1 day. By way of derogation from paragraph 1, accommodation costs incurred by officials for missions to the principal places of work of their institution as referred to in Protocol No 6 to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union may be reimbursed on the basis of a flat-rate sum which shall not exceed the maximum fixed for the Member States in question. Should it recommend dismissal or, in exceptional circumstances, extension of the probationary period in accordance with paragraph 1, the report and the comments shall be transmitted immediately by the immediate superior of the contract staff member to the authority referred to in the first paragraph of Article 6. At the request of Eurostat, Member States shall inform Eurostat of any factors having a direct or indirect impact on the composition and changes in the remuneration of central government civil servants. Use, Other sites managed by the Publications Office, Types of posts in each function group, as provided for in Article 5(4), Multiplication rates for guiding average career equivalence, Report from the Statistical Office of the European Union (Eurostat), Changes in the cost of living in Belgium and Luxembourg, Changes in the cost of living outside Brussels, Changes in the purchasing power of salaries of national civil servants in central government (specific indicators), http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg/2013/1023/oj, Portal of the Publications Office of the EU. During parental leave, an official shall be entitled to an allowance of EUR 911,73 per month, or 50 % of such sum if on half-time leave, but may not engage in any other gainful employment. The final decision shall be taken on the basis of the report referred to in this paragraph as well as on the basis of elements available to the authority referred to in the first paragraph of Article 6 relating to the conduct of the contract staff member with regard to Title II of the Staff Regulations. That reference amount shall comprise the total basic salary, plus the expatriation allowance, household allowance and dependent child allowance, less the compulsory deductions referred to in the Staff Regulations or in the regulations adopted to implement them. 4 0 obj Moreover, a member of the temporary staff to whom Article 2(c) or (d) applies who proves that he cannot acquire pension rights under another pension scheme may apply to continue to acquire further pension rights throughout the period of unpaid leave, provided that he bears the cost of a contribution equal to three times the rate laid down in Article 41; the contributions shall be calculated by reference to the basic salary for his grade and step. Army Staff Duty Regulation. Contract staff in function group II may have access only to competitions at grades SC 1 to 2, in function group III at grades AST 1 to 2 and in function group IV at grades AST 1 to 4 or at grades AD 5 to 6. The full contribution to the social security scheme provided for in Articles 72 and 73 shall be borne by the institution and calculated on the basis of the basic salary of the official. NO. '; the first sentence of the second paragraph is replaced by the following: 'The normal working week shall range from 40 to 42 hours, the hours of the working day to be determined by the appointing authority'; the second sentence of the third paragraph is replaced by the following: 'The appointing authority of each institution shall lay down detailed rules for the application of this paragraph after consulting the Staff Committee'; '4. Administrative Assistants in transition and Support Agents in transition who were before 1 May 2004 in the former category C or D shall continue to be entitled either to compensatory leave or to remuneration, where the requirements of the service do not allow compensatory leave during the two months following that in which the overtime was worked, as provided for in Annex VI. �0�"��7�k�WmPt��[�ζ��>�^���\��=��l! Table 3-1. Fully qualified in recommended None MOS (DA … '; 1. 9. However, for officials aged 45 years or more on 1 May 2014 who entered the service between 1 May 2004 and 31 December 2013, the pensionable age shall remain 63 years. Provided they satisfy the conditions laid down in the first paragraph of Article 44, officials in grade AD 12, step 5, holding a post of Administrator shall, as from 1 January 2016, receive an increase in basic salary equivalent to the difference between the salary corresponding to grade AD 12, step 4, and grade AD 12, step 3. Parental leave may be extended for a further six months with an allowance limited to 50 % of the amount referred to in the second paragraph. Annual leave may be taken all at once or in several periods, according to what the official desires and taking account of the requirements of the service. Some staff members frequently have to go on mission to the other principal places of work of their institution. The minimum of two years in the grade before promotion of an official to the next higher grade is maintained in order to allow for faster promotions for high performers. He shall carry out the duties assigned to him objectively, impartially and in keeping with his duty of loyalty to the Union. With respect to the update, all values shall be understood as reference values. Those appropriate measures must be justified and shall never result in recruitment criteria other than those based on merit. For temporary staff whose contracts have been renewed the maximum shall be six months. The appointing authority may decide to grant a supplementary premium in addition to the allowance for living conditions in cases where an official has had more than one assignment to a place of employment considered difficult or very difficult. In March each year Eurostat shall make a forecast of changes in purchasing power over the period concerned on the basis of the information supplied at the meeting provided for in Article 13 of this Annex. The principle of the equality of Union's citizens shall allow each institution to adopt appropriate measures following the observation of a significant imbalance between nationalities among officials which is not justified by objective criteria.
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