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ITER staff members called to the polls

For the fifth time, ITER employees this week elected their representatives. (Click to view larger version...)
For the fifth time, ITER employees this week elected their representatives.
This week, for the fifth time since the inauguration of the ITER Organization, ITER staff members were invited to the polls to elect their representatives.

The key mission of the Staff Committee is to represent the professional interests of all ITER employees, including employment and work conditions, safety and general welfare, and to act as an intermediate body facilitating communication between the Director-General and the staff on these matters. Some 320 employees, representing 67.9 percent of ITER staff, took the chance on Wednesday to elect their new board of representatives.


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