BREXIT AND THE POSITION OF UK STAFF IN THE COMMISSION
We would like to thank Commissioner Oettinger for the work he is doing for UK staff to provide them with
reassurance and protection in their employment despite the shadow of Brexit.
Deal-no deal, hard Brexit? Extension of the deadline? 2nd referendum? Legal consequences, financial impact…
How are our British colleagues living all this uncertainty? Are we aware of what the colleague in the office next door is going through these days?
Herewith we present a few highly representative testimonials
THE RIGHTS AND EXPECTATIONS TAO-AFI STANDS FOR
TAO-AFI was the first and has consistently been the foremost Union to prioritise the Brexit issue. We have followed, analysed and sought views on the impact of the political, economic, financial and legal developments in this file since even before the EU referendum in the UK on 23 June 201
TAO-AFI WELCOMES THE COLLEGE DECISION ON UK PERSONNEL
On 28 March, Commissioner Oettinger announced a decision of the college concerning the employment status of UK personnel at the Commission post-Brexit in one year's time.
CONFERENCE ON BREXIT: POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS FOR UK STAFF
The possibility of the exit of the United Kingdom as a Member State of European Union (the so-called “Brexit”) is a worrying situation, especially for British citizens working as officials or contract agents at the EU institutions as well as for their families. If "Brexit" is confirmed, a number of questions arise...