AIIC-UN Agreement rates (last update: July 2015)

Rates negotiated under the agreements

United Nations System

Please find below the daily net rates for short-term conference interpreters, as provided in Annex A of the 2012-2017 Agreement.

Austria

EUR 490.00

EUR 327.00

effective from 1st July 2015

Canada

CAD 685.00
CAD 457.00

effective from 1st July 2015

France

EUR 511.00
EUR 341.00

effective from 1st July 2015

Italy

EUR 496.00
EUR 331.00

effective from 1st July 2015

Spain

EUR 470.00
EUR 313.00

effective from 1st July 2015

Switzerland

CHF 738.00

CHF 492.00

effective from 1stJuly 2015

United Kingdom

GBP 458.00
GBP 305.00

effective from 1st July 2015

United States

USD 653.00
USD 435.00

effective from 1st July 2015

World

USD 630.00
USD 420.00

effective from 1st July 2015




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Elisabeth KOUAOVI-MUKENGESHAYI

   

Bonjour à tous, je pense que le site devrait indiquer clairement que le premier taux concerne les interprètes du groupe I et le second ceux du groupe II. J'ai personnellement eu un choc prensant que notre taux avait été réduit de 200 USD, j'ai dû télécharger le courrier du CEB pour comprendre. Etant donné que de nombreux employeurs inexpérimentés se réfèrent à ce site (et que c'est aussi notre référence pour les convaincre) je pense qu'un peu plus de clarté ne serait pas superflue.

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Julia ANTONY

   

Just to add- I agree entirely with Elisabeth's comment. It would be very helpful to show also "tarif petite equipe". "Prelevement sur le salaire" would be precisely staff assessment, which is so important for us as to avoid double taxation, and would include medical insurance, and eventually CPIC/CPIT deductions, if any.....

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Julia ANTONY

   

Dear Phil,

to have both - gross and net rates in the contract (as it had been previously) has a very important role: the difference is STAFF ASSESSMENT. Indication of amount /staff assessment in the contract seems to be the only convincing piece in the document, for tax inspectors in many countries, that our salary cannot be taxed again. Staff assessment is internal tax levied on all staff - short-term, permanent, etc. Without staff assessment we are consultants, which we should not be. 

I think it would be very important to go show on our contracts both gross and net salary (that would also mean that staff assessment clearly shows too). All my free-lance contracts with UN common system, Secretaterait etc. (1992-2006) had these figures. I find it difficult to understand why some of the contracts don't mention them, apparently...  Under  a UN contract we are UN staff, bound by obligations of UN staff, etc. , and staff assessment is levied on all UN staff salaries, except of consultants. Yet consultants' pay is subject to national taxation, and staff assessment is not levied. There is no gross and net salary difference for consultants, and no staff of assessment (internal tax deducted at source) for consultants, and this is precisely the reason why UN consultants' pay is subject to national tax. 

Julia

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Philip H. D. SMITH

   

The daily pay to short-term conference interpreters is based on the net salary of a P4 Step VI with dependents which is currently $80,502.  This number is divided by 221 and to it are then added 9% social security and the post adjustment for each of the HQ cities (or the average of a basket of cities for the World Rate).  The gross rate has not been referred to by either the UN or by AIIC since I became a member of the Delegation.

That being said the gross rate for P4/VI with dependents is $98,104.  If you subtract the net from the gross the difference is $17,602.  If you divide that by 221 you get a daily amount of $79.647.  Therefore is you add that to the daily amount you can work out the gross rate.

If you think it useful we could talk to the CEB about publishing both rates. I would however like to know why you consider the information useful.

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Marjolaine ESCANDE-WADIKE

   

Bonjour à tous, Comme Julia l'a demandé il y a un an, il serait utile d'afficher le taux net ET le taux brut, où se trouve l'information ?

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Elisabeth KOUAOVI-MUKENGESHAYI

   

Bonjour à tous, Autrefois figuraient sur cette page une mention au sujet du tarif petite équipe (160% du tarif de base), et une mention concernant les prélèvements sur salaire. Sauf erreur de ma part, je ne vois plus ces mentions ici, et pourtant c'était bien utile quand on expliquait au fonctionnaire d'un bureau de terrain qu'une majoration de 160% s'applique, pour le travail en petite équipe. Cela était directement corroboré par la mention sur cette page. Maintenant il faut aller se référer à l'accord ce qui est beaucoup moins pratique pour une négociation rapide. Merci

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Julia ANTONY

   

We used to see posted both gross and net UN rates. That was very convenient, as staff assessment which makes the difference between gross and net is our justification for tax-free earnings in the UN system... Julia

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Michèle HOMSI

   

Chers collègues, Avant tout, meilleurs voeux pour une excellente année 2013! Nous sommes déjà le 9 janvier; la mise à jour des taux n'a toujours pas été affichée. En outre, j'aimerais savoir si nous aurons le texte définitif de l'Accord avant la prochaine renégociation. Bien à vous!

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