REFORM: THE POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES FIGURES ON YOUR SALARY

 

PLUS [TAO-AFI, SE] informs you that the Commission and the EP are still negotiating with the Council for the reform of the Staff Regulations. The positions are still far apart on many issues. The Council has a mandate from Coreper attacking our wages, our pensions, our benefits. In short an assault against our independence as a European public service. Despite a cut of $ 2.5 billion already decided by the European Council in February.

Here are some factual examples of the possible consequences of your salary rights:

 

Armando: 53 AD 9-1

Situation now (calculated in December 2012, without allowances)

Net-salary with the special levy (5.5%) and the contribution to the pension (11.6%) = 5.241 Euros

 

Situation now (as from January 2013 without allowances)

Net-salary without special levy and the pension contribution (11.6%) = 5.391 Euros


Situation following the proposals of the Council (May 2013 without allowances)

Net-salary [solidarity levy at 6% and the contribution to the pension of 15, 7% (33% -> 45%)] = 4.870 Euros


-Conclusion (what you lose by month and year):


Loss per month: - 521 Euros

Loss per year: - 6255 Euros

 

 

 

Pavel: 35 AD6-1

Situation now (calculated in December 2012, without allowances)

Net-salary with the special levy (5.5%) and the contribution to the pension (11.6%) = 3.812 Euros


Situation now (as from January 2013 without allowances)

Net-salary without special levy and the pension contribution (11.6%) = 3.880 Euros


Situation following the proposals of the Council (May 2013 without allowances)

Net-salary [solidarity levy at 6% and the contribution to the pension of 15, 7% (33% -> 45%)] = 3.491 Euros

-Conclusion (what you lose by month and year):


Loss per month: - 389 Euros

Loss per year: - 4.671 Euros

 

 

 

 Elisabeth AST2/1


Situation now (calculated in December 2012, without allowances)

Net-salary with the special levy (5.5%) and the contribution to the pension (11.6%) = 2.601 Euros


Situation now (as from January 2013 without allowances)

Net-salary without special levy and the pension contribution (11.6%) = 2.601 Euros


Situation following the proposals of the Council (May 2013 without allowances)

Net-salary [solidarity levy at 6% and the contribution to the pension of 15, 7% (33% -> 45%)] = 2.339 Euros


-Conclusion (what you lose by month and year):


Loss per month: - 262 Euros

Loss per year: - 3.139 Euros

 

 

 

Monique 40 years AC-GFII

Situation now (calculated in December 2012, without allowances)

Net-salary with the special levy (5.5%) and the contribution to the pension (11.6%) = 1.654 Euros


Situation now (as from January 2013 without allowances)

Net-salary without special levy and the pension contribution (11.6%) = 1.654 Euros


Situation following the proposals of the Board (May 2013 without allowances)

Net-salary [solidarity levy at 6% and the contribution to the pension of 15, 7% (33% -> 45%)] = 1.487 Euros

 

-Conclusion (what you lose by month and year):


Loss per month: - 167 Euros

Loss per year: - 2005 Euros



To this must be added the financial impact of other proposals on the table should they be applied, i.e.:


• removal of the 16% expatriation allowance after ten years

• Review of lower promotion rates specified in Annex 1B

• Accumulation rate for the maximum pension of 1.67% per annum. It will take 42 years for a full pension

• Promotion: awarded after a minimum of three years instead of two years now





ALL ON STRIKE ON JUNE 5