Negotiations on the New HR strategy documents tabled by DG HR are due to begin in October. DG HR asked all trade unions and staff associations to submit comments in writing before the meetings start.
Once again, Generation 2004 was the first staff association to present a fully-fledged proposal for the New HR strategy already in November 2020. To this day, we remain the only trade union/staff association that made public a comprehensive proposal on this. The same applies to our comprehensive proposal on teleworking from abroad, which we presented already in June 2021.
As the New HR Strategy will have a crucial impact on the way we all work and on our careers in the institution, we developed a solid underlying vision and a clear direction for the future. Not some vague statements to catch a few votes, now that elections are upcoming in many Commission sites – including Brussels, Delegations and Kalrsuhe. As always, at Generation 2004, we work hard for the benefit of staff in the long term!
Generation 2004 proposal for the New HR Strategy was developed following in-depth discussions in our Steering Committee in summer 2020 and based on the rich input we received from members and staff in general and –– last but not least –– thanks to the insightful contribution of the Generation 2004 Board.
Generation 2004 always works in a transparent and inclusive manner: we are here to listen to your ideas and concern as we are now analysing in detail the documents recently received by DG HR before negotiations start.
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We sent an updated position 06.10.2021