02 April 2019
European Parliament Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) to adopt new Regulation on the European Border and Coast Guard
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"The European Border and Coast Guard
Agency is expected to face challenging circumstances in the coming
years to fulfil exceptional needs for recruiting, training and
retaining qualified staff from the broadest possible geographical
basis. In view of the Agency's mandate and the important number
of its staff, it is essential to explore mechanisms which would
allow to ensure the attractiveness of the Agency as an employer
by adapting the remunerations of the staff of the Agency in Warsaw,
in accordance with the applicable Union law.
The European Parliament and the Council therefore call upon the Commission to assess the basis and modalities for any such appropriate mechanism, in particular when presenting the proposals for the revision of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the Union, laid down in Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom, ECSC) No 259/68 . Any such mechanism shall be proportionate to the importance of the objectives pursued and not give rise to unequal treatment among staff of the Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies if such Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies are confronted with a similar situation."
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