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Zama that senior management had decided to reassign him before the end of his four-year tenure as Country Representative. She told Mr. Zama that in the alternative, he could opt to take an early retirement package of USD 150,000. (...) Zama received paperwork pertaining to his reassignment to Johannesburg. The post of country representative which Mr. Zama was encumbering at the time was then advertised the following month. 9. (...) Zama by way of the following: the questionable reassignment from D-1 Resident Representative in the Kenya Country Office to the post of P-5 in Johannesburg, South Africa as a Technical Advisor; the abusive use of Mr.
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Score: 310541.26 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-850.pdf
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On 26 May 2015, she submitted proof to UNFCCC that she had relocated to Malaysia, her home country. 6. On 1 June 2015, UNFCCC finalized the Personnel Action related to the Applicant’s separation from service (“Separation PA”) effective 15 February 2015. 7. (...) Staff rule 3.19(a) (Repatriation grant) provides that: The purpose of the repatriation grant provided by staff regulation 9.4 is to facilitate the relocation of expatriate staff members to a country other than the country of the last duty station, provided that they meet the conditions contained in annex IV to the Staff Regulations and in this rule. 33. (...) Indeed, after her resignation and separation from the Organization on 15 February 2015, the Applicant submitted proof that she had relocated to Malaysia, her home country, to HR, UNFCCC, on 26 May 2015. It was received by HR, UNFCCC, on 1 June 2015.
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Score: 310003.69 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-013.pdf
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He served assignments in many countries, including difficult duty stations such as Kabul (Afghanistan). (...) The management of the PNG Country Office was acknowledged to be challenging. 4. (...) On 3 September 2017, the Deputy Representative of the PNG Country Office filed a complaint of harassment and abuse of authority against AAC to the Regional Director, UNICEF.
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Score: 310003.69 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1264.pdf
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By Application filed on 5 August 2015, the Applicant, a former staff member of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), contests the decision to abolish the post she was encumbering as the Assistant to the UNDP Deputy Country Director in Accra, Ghana. 2. In her Application, the Applicant indicates that she has not filed a request for management evaluation because when she tried to ask questions about the letter informing her of the termination of her appointment, she was humiliated by the Deputy Country Director of Operations in UNDP, Ghana.
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Score: 309605.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-072.pdf
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The decision to place him on ALWOP not only separates him from his family, it also deprives him of the means to pay cost of living for his family in an expensive foreign country and for himself in his home country. This is the first time his wife and young children have lived abroad, and it is exceptionally harsh on them. (...) Considering the sensitive nature of the allegations filed against him and the fact that investigations on allegations of misconduct are confidential, he requests, due to the utmost sensitivity of this information, for names, the country of service and country of residence to be anonymised in any published court orders. (...) Similarly, it would be intolerable to compel the complainant to be in the same country operation as the person who allegedly sexually abused her twice and sexually harassed her repeatedly. 44.
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Score: 309601.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/orders/nbi-2021-226_hold.pdf
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In her Motion for waiver of time limits, the Applicant asserted that she began contesting the impugned decision before she accepted the fixed-term appointment—but she was assured by the then Country Director that he would follow up with headquarters and that he was sure she would soon be given the National Officer position she was recruited for. (...) UNDT/2012/087 Page 4 of 6 Country Office was not going to help her. At that point, she decided to write to the Executive Director. 16. (...) When providing her Response to the Respondent’s Reply on Receivability, the Applicant asserts that she “waited patiently on the resolution of [the] matter”, “did not want to cause unease in an office environment” and “counted on the goodwill and trust of my seniors at the country office”. The Applicant goes on to state that she filed her Application the moment she came to know of the existence of the Tribunal, and that it would be an injustice for WFP to succeed in “hiding behind the cloak of procedure”.
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Score: 309291.46 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-087.pdf
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In 2011, she was laterally transferred to the UN-Habitat Country Office in Pakistan (“Pakistan Office”) as a Senior Programme Management Officer. On 2 January 2013, the Applicant was appointed Officer in Charge to the post of Country Programme Manager (P-5) (“OiC, CPM”), which led her to manage the Pakistan Office. 3. (...) In case the funding situation changes prior to the above mentioned date, I am willing to reconsider this decision, taking into consideration the future staffing needs of the country programme, and the new funding received. 7.
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Score: 309040.67 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2017-135.pdf
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In its submission, the Human Resources Services, OHRM, stated that the Applicant and her colleagues were occupying posts funded by the host countries and that the continuation of their posts was subject to availability of government funding. Additionally, it was mentioned that UNIC in Bucharest and another country were scheduled to be closed “in the near future.” 12. (...) Therefore, the Applicant was only eligible to work in one country out of the many in which the Organization has its offices. 33.
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Score: 309040.67 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-106.pdf
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The rule reads: “A staff member who intends to acquire permanent residence status in any country other than that of his or her nationality or who intends to change his or her nationality shall notify the Secretary-General of that intention before the change in residence status or the change in nationality becomes final.” 5. (...) Voigt is an expert in matters of the right to residency and/or citizenship in different countries. It is trite law that it is not for a party to decide who an expert is, but for the Tribunal.
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Score: 307742.02 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2012-101.pdf
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He submits that he was recently informed of the decision of the Appeals Tribunal to hold an oral hearing during its forthcoming session; that the legal officer who is responsible for the hearing is also responsible for preparing the appeal in the present case; that she is out of the country and will only be returning to the office on 2 March 2011; and that she will therefore only have a brief period of time in which to prepare for the oral hearing and the appeal in this case. (...) Secretary-General of the United Nations, Order No. 25 (2010): The Appeals Tribunal granted a 15-day extension for filing an answer to an appeal, on the grounds that the legal officer representing the case had to unexpectedly return to her home country to attend to a family emergency. THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Order No. 44 (2011) 4 of 4 ORDER 9.
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Score: 307742.02 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2011-044.pdf
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