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Human Resources and Security

The Human Resources and Security department oversees recruitment policy, training and career management, social policies and working conditions for Commission staff. It is responsible for keeping buildings and employees safe, and online security.

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In line with the Commission's HR Strategy - aimed at presenting a vision for a modern, flexible and values-driven organisation, which ensures its staff deliver outstanding results for people across the EU - the Directorate-General for Human Resources continues to work on a range of initiatives. These include those that ensure we attract diverse talent, while at the same time creating the right conditions for all staff to thrive and be able to deliver on our priorities.

  • Foster a diverse, respectful and inclusive work environment across the Commission which is reflective of the European society it serves
  • Support staff physical and mental wellbeing and lifelong learning for staff 
  • Deliver support, opportunities and training for staff to have meaningful careers in line with the Commission’s needs
  • Support a modern and flexible workplace culture based on trust-based management
  • Deliver staff-focused and efficient HR services so staff receive the support they need once they join the Commission and throughout their career
  • Green the Commission to achieve corporate climate neutrality by 2030, in line with the new Greening Communication
  • Ensure the safety, security and protection of staff, property, activities and information 
  • Set out a global framework to support Departments implementing the Staff Regulations  and ensure a consistent application across the Commission

Plans and reports

Commission work programme - overview of institution-wide deliverables for current year

Strategic plan - department strategy, objectives for 2020-2024

Management plan - department forecasted outputs, activities, resources for current year

Annual activity report - department achievements, resources used during previous year

11 VEEBRUAR 2022
Covid 19 pandemic crisis - protection of your personal date
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14 JAANUAR 2022
Commission Decision C(2022) 332 of 14.1.2022 amending Decision C(2020) 5973 as regards the requirement for all persons to exhibit a COVID-19 certificate to access the Commission premises in Luxembourg
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22 OKTOOBER 2021
Commission Decision C(2021) 7699 of 21.10.2021 amending Decision C(2020) 5973 as regards the digital verification of COVID-19 certificates
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14 JAANUAR 2021
Privacy statement digital verification of COVID-19 certificates
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Commission Decision C(2021) 6669 amending Decision C(2020) 5973 as regards additional specific health and safety rules for the Commission sites of Brussels and Luxembourg
(232.97 KB - PDF)
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9 AUGUST 2019
Instructions for sensitive European Commission documents
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Juhtkond ja struktuur

Commissioner for Budget and Administration, European Commission
Johannes Hahn
1 MÄRTS 2023
Human resources and security - Organisation Chart
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Questions on security


Security helpdesk+32 2 292 22 22

In an emergency +32 2 292 22 22 (calls are recorded)

Directorate-General Human Resources and Security
+32 2 299 1111 (Commission switchboard)
European Commission, 1049 Bruxelles/Brussel, Belgium