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On 7 September 2017, UNON informed the Applicant that three admissible expenses, namely tuition fee, capital levy, and building and maintenance for one child, and tuition fee, registration fee, and building and maintenance for another child, were processed. (...) Extra-curricular and co-curricular services: admissible d. Building maintenance services: capital assessment-related [reimbursable] e. (...) With regard to capital assessment fees, sec. 2.4 provides as follows: 2.4 Capital assessment fees are mandatory non-refundable fees levied by educational institutions to fund the construction, upgrade, refurbishment and maintenance of buildings. Such fees, which may also be known as building levies, funds or fees, capital levies, funds or fees, first-time parent fees, incorporation fees or development fees, may be levied: (a) as a one-time payment for a first-time enrolling child; (b) every year; or (c) as needed. 60.
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Score: 403417.43 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-215.pdf
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Background facts … The Applicant entered the service of the United Nations in February 1995 as Officer-in-Charge (OIC) of ECA’s Building Management Unit at the P4 level. In June 2004 he was promoted to Chief of the Facilities Management Section at the P5 level (...) On 24 October 2007, the Applicant informed the Ethics Office in writing of a potential conflict with companies that he had retained for the construction of his building in 2005. … In March 2008 the Applicant’s computer hard disk was taken by the Procurement Task Force (PTF) in commencement of the investigation against him.
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Score: 402278.69 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-440.pdf
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At the time of the impugned decision, the Applicant held a fixed-term appointment as Finance Specialist for the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (“ZRBF”) programme, which is managed and supported by the UNDP Zimbabwe Country Office (“UNDP Zimbabwe”) at the P-3 level. 3. (...) In respect to the goal of “Sharing of knowledge and knowledge building”- his supervisor wrongly blamed him for the delivery of products with wrong specifications, which in fact he and another colleague detected. 12.
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Score: 402278.69 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-127.pdf
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The Applicant was to be assigned to the Contributions Service and would occupy an office on the 27th floor of the United Nations Secretariat building. Mr. Gilpin, Chief, Contributions Service, was to be the Applicant’s designated supervisor in the Contributions Service and, when Mr. (...) He was also told the location of his office, namely on the 27th floor of the United Nations Secretariat building. The Applicant alleged in his evidence to the Tribunal that he was not told who his first reporting officer was to be. (...) The Tribunal finds that the evidence does not show on the balance of probabilities that the placement of the Applicant on the 27th floor of the Secretariat building was done as a deliberate threat to his health or that of his family. 57.
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Score: 399374.83 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-078.pdf
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Nielsen sought to access the United Nations City building (UN City), a multi-story building complex housing multiple United Nations offices, in order to attend a written assessment organised by the World Health Organization (WHO) for the purpose of a position to which she had applied. (...) Nielsen to leave the building and deemed that she was not eligible to sit future assessments. (...) Nielsen’s third and fourth complaints, the Dispute Tribunal stated:12 … As regards the decisions challenged in the application under lit. c) and d), namely the fact that the Applicant was denied access to the UN City Building on 13 February 2014 and that her emails were blocked after the end of her contract, the Tribunal notes that they refer to situations that happened after the expiration of her TA with UNFPA on 26 January 2014, as underlined by the Applicant herself.
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Score: 399374.83 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-542.pdf
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UNDT/NY/2014/061 was that of: … the Assistant Secretary-General [“ASG”], Controller, Office of Programme Planning, Budget and Accounts, Department of Management … to approve the recommendation of [the UNCB] to deny his claim for compensation of USD2,277.53 for damage to his car following an accident that occurred on 27 July 2013 at security post no. 103, United Nations Secretariat building, New York. 9. Based on its findings from para. 45-48 of Kisia UNDT/2016/040, the Tribunal concluded that: 49. (...) Therefore, the UNCB is now to issue a new recommendation based on which the Controller will take a new reasoned decision regarding the Applicant’s claim for compensation of USD2,277.53 for damage to his car following an accident that occurred on 27 July 2013 at Security Post no. 103 at the United Nations Secretariat building, New York. Kisia UNDT/2016/040 is without prejudice to the proceedings, including an appeal, if any, related to the new decision. 14.
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Score: 394682.42 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-176.pdf
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In this application, he described the circumstances surrounding the contested administrative decision as follows: … the Applicant has been ordered to return and report in a demoted position (P-4 Statistician) to the Statistics Division (8th floor B block of the ESCAP [Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific] secretariat building), where he had served as Section Chief (ESCAP/[Statistics Division]/[Statistical Information Services Section (“SISS”)]) from June 2003 to September 2010.
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Score: 392869.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-109.pdf
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This is a disciplinary case in which the Applicant, then Chief of the Building Management and Commercial Services of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), was summarily dismissed by letter dated 5 February 2010 on the ground of misconduct. 2.
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Score: 392869.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2011-002.pdf
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UNDT/2015/116: Marcussen; Nicholls; Jarvis; Edgerton; Goy; Reid; Sutherland; and Baig; NOTING that all eighteen cases are related, and that the Appeals Tribunal has issued Order No. 258 (2016) consolidating them for all purposes; NOTING that a number of the individual parties requested that the Appeals Tribunal hold oral proceedings; and CONSIDERING that, pursuant to Article 18 of the Rules of Procedure of the Appeals Tribunal, an oral hearing will assist the Appeals Tribunal en banc in the expeditious and fair disposal of these cases; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that an oral hearing shall be held in Conference Room 9, Secretariat Building, 405 East 42nd Street, in New York, on Friday, 24 June 2016, at 9:30 a.m., New York Time; ACCORDINGLY, the parties are advised of the following schedule for the oral hearing, subject to adjustments where appropriate: 9:30 - 9:35 Introductory statement by the President and appearances and identification of the parties (5 minutes).
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Score: 392869.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2016-263.pdf
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MEH concluded that the Applicant suffered injury to her back and on 7 October 2010, he wrote to Building Management Services requesting that the Applicant be provided with a suitable chair. (...) M concluded that the Applicant had a severe back injury and prescribed a high-backed chair to provide the necessary support to enable the Applicant to carry out her duties. Building Management Services, whose responsibility it was to provide a new chair, had not done so by April 2011.
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Score: 387367.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-002.pdf
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