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This amount excluded the amount Ms. Fox had contributed as the employer contributions during her SLWOP. (...) Fox maintains that the 15.8 per cent she personally contributed as the employer contribution for two years during her SLWOP should be regarded as “own contributions” and thus form part of her withdrawal settlement. 37. (...) In her e-mail of 29 January 2013, before she commenced paying the employer contributions, Ms. Fox asked if it was correct that she could withdraw her contributions (“my contributions”) at any time.
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Score: 432403.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-834.pdf
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Dufresne then elected to make her SLWOP period contributory, meaning she would pay her own pension contributions and the Organization’s pension contribution for the duration of her SLWOP. (...) UNJSPF's rules are clear that contributions during the SLWOP period should be made concurrently with the leave in question and no post-facto contributions are accepted. (...) Dufresne’s cessation of contributions. On the contrary, it is not disputed that Ms.
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Score: 429813.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1041.pdf
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A participant’s contribution is usually one third, and the remaining two thirds is the contribution of the employing member organization (article 25 of the Fund’s Regulations). (...) Money was deducted from his salary by UNICEF and sent as his contribution to the Fund. Presumably, UNICEF made the corresponding contributions to the Fund during this period. (...) The bottom-line in Skoda’s case is whether he can compel UNICEF to pay to the Fund its contribution without himself making the corresponding contribution.
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Score: 427987.16 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2010-unat-017.pdf
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Delaunay’s pension contributions to ESA in the amount of a withdrawal settlement, which only includes the staff member’s, but not the organization’s pension contributions. (...) Delaunay that as far as contributions by participating organizations and participants are concerned, the Pension Fund only deals directly with the member organization and not the participants and, consequently, both her and the ICJ’s contributions would be returned to the ICJ by deducting the amount from the ICJ’s overall monthly contributions to the Pension Fund rather than being paid out directly to Ms. (...) Delaunay and has repeatedly expressed its hope that the ICJ’s contributions could be paid to Ms. Delaunay. 26. Regarding Ms.
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Score: 419526.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-864.pdf
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She is interested in contributing for the missed period Oct 2016 to May 2017. (...) UNJSPF’s rules are clear that contributions during the SLWOP period should be made concurrently with the leave in question and no post-facto contributions are accepted. (...) Nevertheless, the staff member decided on her own to cease her contributions. Best Regards [the Acting Chief of Payroll] 19.
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Score: 417452.34 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-019.pdf
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The correct date for the commencement of the “period … during which contributions were paid to the Fund” is 1 January 2005. This is the date that IPU became a member organization of the Fund and from which he began paying contributions to the Fund. He did not pay any contributions to the Fund in 2004. (...) According to the Article’s natural meaning, the payment of contributions specifically into the Fund is required in order to determine whether the 10-year contributions requirement is met.
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Score: 415430.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-658.pdf
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Whether the Applicant has at least ten years of qualifying contributions 27. The Applicant contends that she contributed a cumulative total of eleven years and eight months of contributions into a health insurance plan of the United Nations during periods of service from the period 6 January 2006 to 30 June 2017, which qualifies her to enroll in ASHI. 28. (...) Therefore, the contributions made by the Applicant’s spouse Case No. (...) UNDT/2019/105 Page 11 of 12 from 1 July 2009 to 21 November 2010 were eligible contributions and are to be counted towards the Applicant’s total eligible contributions. 35.
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Score: 415309.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-105.pdf
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Those amounts have been, I assume, repaid – certainly the applicant’s contribution. To be restored, I have assumed (as I think the applicant contends) that she would need to repay to UNJSPF the amount refunded to her plus the additional amount that would have been her contribution had she remained in the employ of the Organization until retirement. (...) I accept that the calculation of the compensation attributable to the pension is, perhaps, complicated although I would have thought that it simply amounts to adding up what would have been the Organization’s contribution in the event that the contract would have been renewed to retirement, the applicant’s contribution in that time, and the contributions returned to the Organization and the applicant. The applicant’s contribution would be paid by deduction from the other amounts payable as compensation, so that the Organization would pay the total sum to UNJSPF. 13.
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Score: 404811.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2010-116.pdf
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The two critical questions in the case are who made the decision not to attribute the applicant and what was the actual contribution of the applicant to the publication. 2. (...) The respondent has not adduced any evidence of the specific contributions made by the other five UNSD workers, who were accredited in the preface. Not attributing her for her contribution was therefore unfair and prejudicial to her.
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Score: 401952.95 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-093.pdf
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The present proceeding arose after the Applicant was then transferred back to OPPBA from OHRM in October 2004, this time to the Contributions Service. He requested two administrative reviews. (...) 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.
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Score: 399092.11 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-078.pdf
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