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Kindly also refer to section 6.3 of ST/AI/2011/4 and section 11 of ST/IC/2005/25 which provide that no advance shall be authorized for subsequent school years until previous education grant advances have been cleared by settlement of the relevant education grant claim or repayment of the advance previously authorized. (...) Claims for education grant and advances submitted on 19 November 2012 and 12 July 2013 82. (...) UNDT/2016/104 Page 21 of 38 shall be authorized for subsequent school years until previous education grant advances have been cleared by settlement of the relevant education grant claim or repayment of the advance previously authorized.
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Score: 339296.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-104.pdf
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This case arose from a request for an advance of education grant (EG advance request) for the 2018-2019 school year submitted by Ms. (...) Wesslund that her EG advance request had been approved and an advance of USD 6,075.93 representing 86 per cent of the tuition fee of EUR 5,758 converted into US Dollars (EUR 0.815 = USD 1) would be paid to her along with her April 2018 salary. (...) She stressed that her new request for management evaluation concerned her 30 July 2018 EG advance request and not her 27 March 2018 EG advance request. 15.
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Score: 335525.32 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-959.pdf
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On 27 March 2018, the Applicant submitted a request for an education grant advance for the 2018-2019 school year in relation to her child (“first request”). (...) On 30 July 2018, the Applicant made a further request for an advance payment of the education grant for the 2018-2019 school year (“third request”). (...) However, and as [mentioned] in my e-mail to you dated 29 March 2018 (to which you replied and requested the advance NOT be paid), the EG Advance for the 2018-2019 school year can be paid solely based on the [tuition] fee of EUR 5,758. 21.
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Score: 332363.09 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/UNDT-2019-050.pdf
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UNDT/2019/047 Page 3 of 9 rejected the sexual advances by the ICSC Chairman is receivable as part of the present case. (...) The Respondent contends that the Applicant’s claim that the selection process was tainted by her having rejected the ICSC Chairman’s sexual advances has not been the subject to management evaluation. (...) The Applicant’s claim that the the selection process was tainted by ulterior motives on the basis that the Applicant had allegedly rejected sexual advances from the Chairman of the ICSC is not receivable; b.
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Score: 329931.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/UNDT-2019-047.pdf
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The Job Opening required an “Advanced [u]niversity degree in human resources management, public administration, social sciences or a related field”. (...) The degree whether advanced or first level must be in a related field. (...) He therefore did not have extensive experience to be counted in lieu of the advanced degree. The UNDT also erred when it stated that Ms.
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Score: 327412.08 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2020-UNAT-985.pdf
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The Head of Training and Advanced Education requested the Applicant, as Project Manager, to send her a proposal to deal with the concerns relating to these delays. (...) The Head of Training and Advanced Education’s emails of 10 and 14 December 2010, requesting information about the reporting details the Donor Page 7 of 22 Case No. (...) Aside from being disingenuous, the Head of Training and Advanced Education’s tone is misleading as it suggests that it is entirely out of the Applicant’s hands whether or not the Project will continue to be funded, when in fact the Head of Training and Advanced Education had suggested to the Donor that the Project’s failure was precisely the Applicant’s fault.
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Score: 326675.83 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2010-338.pdf
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In addition, management also decided on advancing the payroll by five working days—people being paid a week before the end of the month—and allowing the possibility of exceptional salary advances until the end of the year subject to the provision of appropriate justification. This will afford staff additional advance notice before the new measure goes into effect. 13. (...) Staff rule 3.15(b) requires that requests for salary advances be supported by “a detailed justification in writing”.
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Score: 324026.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2011-220.pdf
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The selected candidate also has an advance certificate in strategic human resources management. 21. (...) Unlike what the Applicant is contending, the subject of the first-level advanced university degree was therefore not important for this JO. 26. (...) The ICSC Chairman also invented the word, “advance”, to make it appear that the certificate that the selected candidate received for having followed a 12-day seminar was an “advance university degree”.
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Score: 322561.77 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-088.pdf
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In July 2016, she started to receive advance payments in lieu of a regular salary. These advance payments were of a non-descript nature and did not itemize what specific amounts were being paid to the Applicant and which entitlements were included. (...) However, she was paid a salary advance of USD26,500 in August 2016 and USD9,000 in October 2016. When the payment of the Applicant’s November 2016 salary was delayed, she received two salary advances in December 2016 totalling USD14,000 and additional advances in January and March 2016 totalling USD18,000. 45.
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Score: 320999.58 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-096.pdf
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Read more » Browse country data  » E-Government Survey in Media Current Articles | Archives | Search 30 Indonesia Has ‘Potential for Quick Advancement’, Says UN E-Government Survey 2014 posted on June 30, 2014 11:40 Indonesian e-government has the potential for “quick advancement” through the creation of a national ICT policy and e-government strategy, and by the strengthening of public servants’ capacity, according to the  2014 United Nations (UN) E-Government Survey . “There is potential for quick advancement of countries like… Indonesia,” the report said, adding that some countries have “significantly advanced their e-government development ranking” despite low national incomes. (...) Countries that have advanced in e-government despite their low national income, include India the Philippines and Vietnam, the report noted.
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Score: 317663.18 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1727/Files
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