Aiic-Un Agreement Rates

On average, half of everyday life comes from the private sector and about 30% from what CNA calls the contract sector (for example.B. But in some markets, interpreters receive more work in the institutional market, especially in countries that have large intergovernmental organizations (such as Belgium or Switzerland) or where interpreters are hired mainly by European institutions (such as CECO). (14) At its 35th session (March 1972: CO-ORDINATION/R.931, para. 55 and Appendix H), CCAQ agreed on the conditions under which it was prepared to amend the agreement with AIIC (see paragraph 8 above) to compensate for losses in purchasing power through exchange rate changes. See also Circular Memoranda 107 and 111. (4) At the 24th session (March 1963: CO-ORDINATION/R.430, at para. 37), the CCAQ extended the pay rates for conferences and other short-term staff in the European area, in order to provide rates for locally recruited staff in a Class 5 postal adjustment zone and in a Class 6 postal revision zone. These rates are provided in CO-ORDINATION/R.430, para. 37.

(6) Following ICSAB`s recommendations on revised pay scales for permanent workers (see section 2.1, paragraphs 5 and 6), a CCAQ working group recommended new rates for short-term conference employees in October 1965. These were then confirmed by correspondence, subject to ICAO and GATT`s reservations (see CO-ORDINATION/SO/140 and CC/SO/153 for fares). At its 27th session (1966: CO-ORDINATION/R.532, para. 66 to 69), the CCAQ agreed that the new rate for interpreters (US$43) should be applied from 1 July 1966; the application dates of the other new sentences may be somewhat wavered. The CCAQ agreed that organizations should use their discretion when deciding to what extent work in non-eu organizations should be taken into account when awarding the higher rate of pay to certain translators. The CCAQ noted that organizations that used a US$64 rate for restricted interpreter teams would increase the rate to 68.80 $US. (25) A revised agreement with AIIC, which came into force on April 1, 1989 for a five-year period, was concluded in March 1989 and put into circulation at ACC/1989/PER/CM/14 on November 15, 1989. (23) The CCAQ and CNA, effective March 1, 1984, concluded a new five-year agreement. (27) In July 1990, a revised text of Schedule A of the agreement was agreed with AIIC and published in the form of the CCA/1990/PER/CM/20 of 18 September 1990. revised pay rates were set in THE CCA/1990/PER/CM/11 (August 6, 1990).