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That it was in breach of the Host Country Agreement; and c. That the process adopted was in breach of ST/AI/2006/3? (...) UNDT/2011/105 Page 7 of 18 all Gulf countries but HRMS refused to grant the Applicant a higher step-in- grade. (...) The Tribunal finds that there was no breach of the Host Country Agreement as alleged by the Applicant.
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Score: 352157.32 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-105.pdf
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AS] visited the UAE Country Office. [Ms. AS] met with all staff in Abu Dhabi and with senior management separately. (...) The consequence is a critical financial situation in the country office, which is has not been possible to remedy […] In view of the gravity of the situation, you are hereby instructed to undertake a mission to New York in order to conduct consultations with relevant parts of Headquarters with the objective at arriving at a sustainable solution to the management issues in the UAE Country Office. […] Finally, you are instructed to cease all decisions of personnel action within the Country Office until further notice. (...) … The Applicant submits that prior to her mission to NY, the Applicant received a letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs commending her work on the new Country Programme and accepting the invitation to attend the Executive Board meeting in Geneva where the Country Program would be discussed.
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Score: 351389.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-219.pdf
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On 13 August 2018, the Applicant was informed that pursuant to the Organization’s decision to realign the Pakistan Country Office with the new UNFPA Country Programme for Pakistan for the period between 2018 and 2022, and due to the necessities of service, the post she encumbered would be abolished on 31 December 2018. 6. (...) Considering that the Applicant was an internal candidate, the Pakistan Country Office short-listed her over other candidates with higher scores. (...) On 20 February 2019, the Pakistan Country Office re-advertised the Post after the two recommended candidates declined the offer.
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Score: 351193.65 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-009.pdf
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Considering that Sri Lanka, his home country, is greatly underrepresented in the United Nations, is a troop and police-contributing country and in implementing the obligation to recruit staff on a “wide geographic basis”, he should have been selected. (...) The job opening did not include a special notice about recruitment from underrepresented countries. 29. The Respondent states further that unlike the Applicant’s allegation, the HM considered that the Applicant was a national of a troop and police-contributing country. (...) Accordingly, the JO did not include a special notice about recruitment from underrepresented countries.40 45. The Tribunal is also satisfied that due consideration was given to candidates from troop and police-contributing countries in the selection decision.
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Score: 350692.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-115.pdf
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In its advice of 4 August 2005, the Office of Legal Affairs held that there was a practice in the Organization whereby staff members who had obtained permanent resident status in a country other than their country of nationality were required to relinquish that status before they could be recruited by the Organization. 10. (...) The contested decision is consistent with an established practice of the Organization whereby, in order to be recruited, staff members must relinquish their permanent resident status in any country which is not their country of nationality. (...) In it, the Administration acknowledges quite clearly that there is no regulation, either in the Staff Regulations and Rules or in any other administrative document, which requires staff members to relinquish their permanent resident status in a country which is not their country of nationality before receiving an appointment. 41.
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Score: 350339.18 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2012-004e.pdf
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The Applicant joined the UNDP Country Office in Iraq (UNDP Iraq) on 21 December 2000 on a fixed-term appointment (FTA). (...) By a letter dated 31 October 2005, the Country Director, UNDP Iraq, informed the Applicant that since UNDP was not in a position to return to its office in Iraq in the near future, there was no longer an Iraq duty station for the Country Office. (...) Upon her request, a copy of the Country Director’s email was shown to her. 9.
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Score: 349882.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-103.pdf
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UNDT/2015/037 Page 4 of 13 that there was no post available, and that the Country Office could not make any commitment at that point. 10. (...) The Organization made no effort to place her within the Country Office while other staff members with similar functions have been recruited; k. (...) “Recognition of her status as a permanent employee and immediate placement in a similar position at the same level within the Country Office”; ii. “[Keeping her] Medical Health Insurance”; iii.
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Score: 347995.26 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-037.pdf
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While the discretionary authority of the Secretary-General allows him, on a case-by-case basis, to refrain from recruiting a staff member for the sole reason that he or she holds permanent resident status in a country, the Secretary-General is acting ultra vires in requiring offices of the Organization to apply an additional condition for the international recruitment of all staff members, that is, to require that they relinquish their permanent resident status in a country other than their country of nationality if they wish to receive an offer of appointment. (...) As Valimaki-Erk stated at para. 49: The above provisions make several mentions of a scenario involving staff members who hold permanent resident status in a country which is not their country of nationality, and while these provisions require them to notify the Secretary-General of any relevant change and stipulate that staff members may lose certain entitlements, nowhere do they require staff members to relinquish their status. (...) The Tribunal wishes to emphasise that holding permanent resident status in a country may be a pathway to citizenship, but at the time of recruitment by the Organization it has no impact at all upon a staff member’s nationality.
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Score: 347747.24 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-135.pdf
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Relating to a statement in the management evaluation response that the Applicant was “the second most junior staff member in the [country office]” and “the most junior staff member was the G5”, the Tribunal requires the record on entry-on- duty dates for each staff member in the country office in the United Arab Emirates. (...) The record on entry-on-duty date for each staff member in the UNDP country office in the United Arab Emirates; c. (...) The job descriptions for the other three staff members of the programme team in the UNDP country office in the United Arab Emirates; Case No.
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Score: 347203.17 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2020-036.pdf
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The Communications Specialist supervises and leads the communications staff of the country office and the Field Offices. The Communications Specialist also works in close collaboration with the Programme and Operations teams in the country office. 12. (...) On 26 August 2014, the Country Director, UNDP Sudan, sent an email to follow-up on the realignment workshop. (...) Kuhnel sent an email to the Country Director, the Deputy Country Director/Operations and the Deputy Country Director/Programme requesting comments on the draft OSD structural review. 44.
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Score: 346646.68 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-085.pdf
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