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Civil servants await EUruling on pay

Civil servants on fixed-term contracts could enjoy the same perks as permanent staff if the European Court of Justice (ECJ) accepts a recommendation by its Advocate General.

1st March, 2008

Civil servants on fixed-term contracts could enjoy the same perks as permanent staff if the European Court of Justice (ECJ) accepts a recommendation by its Advocate General.

In June 2006, the Labour Court asked the ECJ for a preliminary ruling in the case of 91 temporary civil servants working in six government departments. The proceedings related to the interpretation of an international framework agreement on fixed-term work, incorporated into European law by a 1999 directive.

Three years ago,...

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