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Quoi de neuf au Jardin d’enfants ?

Interview de Carole Dargagnon

En septembre 2015, une nouvelle Directrice a été recrutée à l’Espace de Vie Enfantine et École de l’Association du personnel du CERN (EVE et École). En effet, après 18 années au poste de Directrice, Brigitte Pillionnel va prendre une retraite bien méritée. Ainsi, c’est Carole Dargagnon qui la remplacera dès la rentrée scolaire 2016-2017.

L’Association du personnel est allée à sa rencontre.

2016, a year of changes!

Being the first Echo of the year, your Staff Council delegates should like to seize this opportunity to wish you and your loved ones, a happy new year!

According to the Staff Association (SA) statutes, an election was held on December 8, 2015 where a new team and President were elected for a term of two years.

Following his election, Alessandro Raimondo, the incoming Staff Association President, thanked the outgoing team and particularly the outgoing President, Michel Goossens, for his work and dedication to CERN and its staff.

Michel Goossens

Michel joined CERN early 1979. He started his career in the “Experimental Physics” Division "BCDMS (N4) Muon experiment" and later continued with software support to the GEM project with Emilio Pagiola. He joined the IT Department in 2005 and participated in the implementation of the digital version of PrintShop. Michel is one of the world experts in TeX and LaTex (programming languages ​​for text layout) and is the author of several books on the subject.

Changes 2016

Basic salaries and stipends are reviewed annually by the Council who, for this purpose, uses as a guide the calculated basic salary and stipend index. The purpose of the review is to protect basic salaries and stipends from any erosion of purchasing power resulting from the increase in the cost of living. The annual adjustment decision enters into force on 1 January of the following year.

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