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El Shaer commenced employment with the Agency on a fixed-term appointment, Grade 4, Step 1, as Distribution Supervisor at the Rafah Distribution Centre in the Emergency Programme, Gaza Field Office (GFO) with effect from 21 February 2009. 3. (...) El Shaer again met with the H/FHRO to discuss certain issues with respect to his case where he again expressed his request to be transferred to a post other than the post of Distribution Supervisor at the Rafah Distribution Centre. (...) Jonathan Porter, Head Field Human Resources Office, in his letter of 1 March 2018 that you should present yourself to the Logistics Office for assignment for distribution duties. Nonetheless you consistently refused to carry out your duties as a Distribution Supervisor.
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Score: 556789.84 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-942.pdf
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… … [The Applicant] claimed that she did not direct the distribution of damages beans. However, she admitted that she directed that the beans Case No. (...) When asked about the distribution of the damaged beans, you claimed that you did not direct distribution of the damaged beans. (...) In the present case the oil was about to expire, so she told a colleague “to distribute it fast”. Key witness statements 32.
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Score: 522030.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-021.pdf
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The Applicant entered the service of UNOG on 18 February 1974 on a short-term appointment as a distribution clerk at G-1 level. At the material time and as of the date of publication of this judgement, he had been working since 2004 in the Distribution Section, Publications Services, Division of Conference Management, as a Meeting Services Assistant, at G-6 level. (...) On 23 June 2009, the monthly meeting of the Distribution Section was held; it was attended by 20 staff members, including the Chief of Publications Services, to which the Distribution Section belongs, the section chief, several unit chiefs within the section, and the Applicant. 4. (...) On 7 September 2009, the Chief of the Distribution Section and four unit chiefs who had attended the meeting of 23 June 2009 sent to the Director of the Division of Conference Management, with a copy to the Applicant, among others, a memorandum challenging the latter’s allegations and complaining of his behaviour during the meeting.
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Score: 512918.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-087e.pdf
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Score: 496222.3 - https://en.unesco.org/careers/geographicaldistribution
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Despite such awareness, far from taking steps to eliminate or reduce the risks related to the distribution of damaged food, [she] persisted in [her] course of action. 27. (...) There is no proof that at any time she ordered the distribution of any damaged or expired goods for consumption or ordered that inappropriate measures be taken for the distribution of such goods to occur. (...) The Applicant knew that several shipments of beans and oil were not fit for distribution, yet she attempted to conceal those problems and distribute them; d.
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Score: 490445.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-025.pdf
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UNDT/2013/027 Page 17 of 20 Two staff members received and distributed a relatively small number of e-mails containing pornography using their official Lotus Notes e-mail accounts. (...) Thirty-two staff members received and distributed a relatively small number of e-mails containing pornography using their official Lotus Notes e-mail accounts. (...) Eight staff members received e-mails, distributed and stored a relatively large number of e-mails containing pornography using their official Lotus Notes e-mail accounts.
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Score: 486279.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-027.pdf
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The procedure did not comply with the policy objective of ensuring geographical distribution, since the five candidates who were invited for the interview were all of Moroccan nationality. (...) Considerations of gender balance or geographical distribution become relevant only at the stage of the final selection decision; and e. (...) Whether the Administration ought to have adopted a different procedure to redress any credible concern regarding the Organisation’s policies on gender parity and geographical distribution is not an appropriate issue to be explored in the context of this request for suspension of action under art. 2.2 of the Tribunal’s Statute.
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Score: 484240.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2017-085.pdf
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tentative timetable for THE 17th session of the UPR Working group (21 OCTOBER – 1 NOVEMBER 2013) First week Monday 21 October Tuesday 22 October Wednesday 23 October Thursday 24 October Friday 25 October 1st week 9:00–12:30 Review of Saudi Arabia 9:00–12:30 Review of China 9:00–12:30 Review of Mexico 9:00–12:30 Review of Jordan 9:00–12:30 Review of Central African Republic Distribution of report on Saudi Arabia Distribution of the report on China 14:30–18:00 Review of Senegal 14:30–18:00 Review of Nigeria 14:30–18:00 Review of Mauritius 14:30–18:00 Review of Malaysia 15:00–18:00 Distribution of the reports on Mexico and Mauritius Distribution of report on Senegal Distribution of the report on Nigeria Adoption of the reports on Saudi Arabia, Senegal, China, Nigeria. Mexico and Mauritius Second week Monday 28 October Tuesday 29 October Wednesday 30 October Thursday 31 October Friday 1 November 2nd week 9:00–12:30 Review of Monaco 9:00–12:30 Review of Chad 09:00–12:30 Review of Congo 11:30- 13:00 Adoption of the reports on Jordan, Malaysia and Central African Republic Distribution of the report on Jordan Distribution of the report on Central African Republic Distribution of the report on Monaco Distribution of the report on Chad 14:30–18:00 Review of Belize 14:30–18:00 Review of Israel 14:30–18:00 Review of Malta 16:30-18:00 Adoption of the reports on Monaco, Belize and Chad 15:00–17:00 Adoption of the report on Israel Distribution of the report on Malaysia Distribution of the report on Belize Distribution of the reports on Congo and Malta Adoption of the reports on Congo and Malta
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Score: 483428.56 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...RBodies/UPR/UPR17Timetable.doc
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Microsoft PowerPoint - C. courseDistributed Generation CSD 15 4 1 Regulation and Distributed Generation Dr Xavier LEMAIRE Sustainable Energy Regulation Network/REEEP Outline Definition History and models Costs and benefits of distributed generation Regulation and distributed generation 2 What is distributed generation? (...) UK under 50 MW Type of connection – i.e. all generation connected to a distribution network Type of generation – e.g. only renewables, even on a transmission network Proximity to the point of use For this presentation, DG is defined as renewables connected to distribution networks, often close to the point of use From centralisation… Most established systems rely on centralised generation from large scale, remote plant Drive towards centralisation from: Technical developments (transformers, boilers) Economies of scale, scope and system Centralisation became the norm: Active transmission, passive distribution Degree of centralisation versus distributed generation varies from country to country E.g. (...) However, distributed generation with small sources of generation disseminated over a country raises specific issues.
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Score: 482336.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...d/csd15/lc/reep_regulation.pdf
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DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL TRANSITION AND USE OF DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION METHODS AT A GLANCE ~ The digital terrestrial transition has significant implications for community broadcasting. (...) In many cases, distribution is done by an entirely separate business operation from content production (stations). (...) But very different policy tools are required to achieve this given that spectrum is distributed and used in a very different way. This is complicated – for example involving questions of standard and high definition allocations, differences between radio and television, and whether the primary systems for distribution of signals are terrestrial, cable or satellite – and the precise approach will de- pend on how digital frequencies and distribution rights have been allocated in a particular country.
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Score: 481997.1 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...olicy_7_digital_transition.pdf
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