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Parliamentary questions
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24 November 2016
Question for written answer E-008821-16
to the Commission
Rule 130
Ádám Kósa (PPE) , Andor Deli (PPE)

 Subject:  Principle of ‘equal pay for equal work’
 Answer in writing 

In his ‘State of the Union’ speech in September 2016, President Juncker called for equal pay for equal work when talking about the review of the Posted Workers Directive.

Yet in the various EU institutions in Brussels, it often happens that even within one building, there can be huge differences in the pay of workers doing work which is the same or similar. For example, a contract agent earns a fraction of the salary of an administrator, even though the former may be doing the same job as temporary replacement for an administrator who is, for example, on maternity leave. In addition, by comparison with posted workers (whose contracts are for a maximum of 2 years), a contract agent’s agreement might be for 5 or 6 years, which can rise to 10 years if extended.

— Does the Commission intend to wind up the position of contract agents at the Commission, according to the principles of the protection of workers and sound practices, on the basis of what was set out by Mr Juncker?— Does the Commission take other viewpoints into consideration in terms of pay, apart from those factors mentioned in the speech?

Original language of question: HU 
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