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Frequented his office as well as a restroom located across from his office to monitor his presence in the office; c. Made the Service Chief’s secretary monitor his movement and to report to Chief, HAS, IAD/OIOS, in case of his absence; Case No. (...) Called other staff members at early and late hours to monitor their attendance; e. Inappropriately referred to him as “junior staff”; f. (...) It is the secretary’s official responsibility to monitor the attendance of all staff and the secretary had been performing this function for the last several years even before the Applicant’s arrival in Geneva; Case No.
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Score: 523548.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-026.pdf
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Following the completion of a comparative analysis, OCHA/DRC determined that the Coordinated Assessments Specialist, who had been recruited to perform Programme Monitoring and Evaluation functions, was better suited than the Applicant to support the Coordination Section’s Humanitarian Response Plan and Programme Monitoring and Evaluation functions. (...) As a result of the disbanding of the EPR Unit, OCHA/DRC conducted a comparative review of the Applicant and another staff member to determine who was the most suitable candidate to perform Project Monitoring and Evaluation 1 The Senior Management Team is composed by the Head of Office, the Deputy Heads of Office, Heads of Sub-Offices and Heads of Sections. (...) The Respondent has provided a satisfactory explanation for preferring the successful candidate rather than the Applicant for the single vacancy of Project Monitoring and Evaluation. Case No. UNDT/NBI/2016/030 Judgment No.
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Score: 502893.75 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-057.pdf
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The applicant appealed against a decision of the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) which, although exonerating him from a charge of workplace harassment relating to an alleged physical assault, required him initially to complete an anger management programme monitored by the Organisation and subsequently to complete a conflict management programme instead. The applicant requested an official letter of apology from the UNDP “clearing him of the accusations against him, apologising for having unfairly suspended him, and clearing him of the stigma that he has interpersonal problems to be monitored and of the request to undergo an anger management programme”.
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Score: 499445.17 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-051.pdf
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Gehr’s request that the hearing be retransmitted by audio- and/or video-stream to the monitors and/or phones of the staff in Vienna; NOTING that pursuant to Article 8(4) of the Statute of the Appeals Tribunal, “[t]he oral proceedings shall be held in public unless the Appeals Tribunal decides, at its own initiative or at the request of either party, that exceptional circumstances require the proceedings to be closed”; CONSIDERING that it is within the discretion of the Appeals Tribunal to determine the place of the oral hearing and that the requirements under Article 8(4) of the Statute of the Appeals Tribunal are satisfied if the courtroom where the oral hearing is held is open to the public; FINDING therefore no grounds for Mr. Gehr’s request that the hearing be retransmitted by audio- and/or video-stream to the monitors and/or phones of the staff in Vienna; FOR THE FOREGOING REASONS, GRANT the motion IN PART, AUTHORIZE Mr.
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Score: 487274.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2012-093.pdf
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Gehr’s request that the hearing be retransmitted by audio- and/or video-stream to the monitors and/or phones of the staff in Vienna; NOTING that pursuant to Article 8(4) of the Statute of the Appeals Tribunal, “[t]he oral proceedings shall be held in public unless the Appeals Tribunal decides, at its own initiative or at the request of either party, that exceptional circumstances require the proceedings to be closed”; CONSIDERING that it is within the discretion of the Appeals Tribunal to determine the place of the oral hearing and that the requirements under Article 8(4) of the Statute of the Appeals Tribunal are satisfied if the courtroom where the oral hearing is held is open to the public; FINDING therefore no grounds for Mr. Gehr’s request that the hearing be retransmitted by audio- and/or video-stream to the monitors and/or phones of the staff in Vienna; FOR THE FOREGOING REASONS, GRANT the motion IN PART, AUTHORIZE Mr.
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Score: 487274.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2012-094.pdf
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Gehr’s request that the hearing be retransmitted by audio- and/or video-stream to the monitors and/or phones of the staff in Vienna; NOTING that pursuant to Article 8(4) of the Statute of the Appeals Tribunal, “[t]he oral proceedings shall be held in public unless the Appeals Tribunal decides, at its own initiative or at the request of either party, that exceptional circumstances require the proceedings to be closed”; CONSIDERING that it is within the discretion of the Appeals Tribunal to determine the place of the oral hearing and that the requirements under Article 8(4) of the Statute of the Appeals Tribunal are satisfied if the courtroom where the oral hearing is held is open to the public; FINDING therefore no grounds for Mr. Gehr’s request that the hearing be retransmitted by audio- and/or video-stream to the monitors and/or phones of the staff in Vienna; FOR THE FOREGOING REASONS, GRANT the motion IN PART, AUTHORIZE Mr.
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Score: 487274.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2012-095.pdf
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(sexual harassment); (ii) Ms. H. G., a Field Monitor (sexual harassment); (iii) Ms. M. K., a Field Monitor (sexual harassment); (iv) Ms. S. K., a Field Monitor (sexual harassment); (v) Ms. T. R. (sexual harassment); (vi) Ms. (...) Z. A.] to access and monitor the … email account[s] of [Mr. S. R. and [Ms.
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Score: 485787.45 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-486.pdf
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FS-6 Responsibilities MONITORING, REPORTING AND INTERNAL COMMUNICATION: Contribute to the monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of delegated authorities, through, inter-alia, the Human Resources Management Scorecard (HRM-S), Service Level Agreements, Case No. (...) Supports the mission in the implementation of the performance appraisal system and monitors its compliance with the proper implementation of the performance management system. (...) Ensures full compliance of ePAS and provides input to the establishment of Management Review Committee and Joint Monitoring Committee and Rebuttal Panel and acts as their facilitator and ex-offico member.
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Score: 485419.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-100.pdf
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Delaunay, in her capacity as the Court’s doctor, with the monitoring of Ms. Rangel’s health in order to prevent the occurrence of similar incidents; Ms. (...) Delaunay could not complain about the fact that this monitoring for which she was allegedly responsible did not produce effective results. (...) Delaunay, who was responsible for monitoring Ms. Cohen’s return to work (by then, the Appeals Tribunal had ruled that Ms.
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Score: 473914.36 - www.un.org/en/internalj.../judgments/2019-UNAT-939.E.pdf
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Spectrum Monitoring Spectrum Monitoring Spectrum Management Training Program Elective Module EM1-Option 1 : Spectrum Monitoring Outline • National Spectrum Management Systems • Definitions • Importance of Spectrum Monitoring • The purpose of Spectrum Monitoring • Relationship Between Spectrum Monitoring and Spectrum Management • International Monitoring Program National Spectrum Management Systems (NSMS) Definition • Spectrum monitoring serve as the eyes and ears of the spectrum management process. • Spectrum monitoring should be on a continuous basis to appropriately fulfill the purposes and goals of monitoring. • Provide valuable monitoring information for programs organized by the ITU Radiocommunication Bureau (Bureau) Importance of Spectrum MonitoringMonitoring shows the actual use of the spectrum. • Protect licensed users. • Protect free bands from illegal users. • Ensuring efficient use of the spectrum. • Ensure Compliance with national and international rules Importance of Spectrum Monitoring • Why is Spectrum Monitoring Needed If You Have Good Spectrum Management? (...) Monitoring supports Management • Monitoring aid to new assignments. • Identifies the actual free bands that could be used. • Monitoring aid to spectrum sharing. • Identifies channels occupancy. • Monitoring aid to database verification and correction. (...) International monitoring Program • The objective of the regular monitoring program is to: • ​​identify whose emissions are not in compliance with the Radio Regulations (RR); • provide administrations that do not have monitoring facilities with information for frequency management purposes and to comply with No.3.14 of the RR; • assemble information on spectrum utilization at the location of the monitoring stations and to derive thereafter how the spectrum is used; • collect information, when required by Radiocommunication conference, on the use of the bands exclusively allocated to specific services (i.e. broadcasting, maritime, ​​​aeronautical) for consideration by the appropriate Radiocommunication Conferences International monitoring Program • List VIII, includes information about the different functions that each monitoring station is able to perform. • Sample of Summary Report Spectrum Monitoring Outline National Spectrum Management Systems (NSMS) Definition Importance of Spectrum Monitoring Importance of Spectrum Monitoring The Purpose of Spectrum Monitoring Relationship between spectrum monitoring and spectrum management Relationship between spectrum monitoring and spectrum management Monitoring supports Management Monitoring supports Management International monitoring Program International monitoring Program International monitoring Program International monitoring Program International monitoring Program
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Score: 463879.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...Monitoring%20Definition%20.pdf
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