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Lirong Wang (Wang), an Austrian national, had for a period of time while residing and working in Bangkok, Thailand, the benefit of an authorization from the Secretary-General pursuant to Staff Rule 105.3(d)(iii) designating China as his country of home leave. Furthermore, as he was residing and working outside of his home country, he was entitled to the benefit of an education grant for his child, pursuant to the provisions of Staff Rule 103.20(b). 2. (...) This requirement is underpinned by the contents of General Assembly Resolution 49/241 which provides that “the repatriation grant and other expatriate benefits are limited to staff who both work and reside in a country other than their home country”.
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Score: 750311.23 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2011-unat-140.pdf
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Additionally, the receipt by the applicant of home leave benefits from ESCAP while serving in Bangkok does not create a right to home leave while serving in his country of nationality; e. (...) In Judgement No. 703, Larsen (1995), the former UNAT found that staff rule 105.3 (b) (i) clearly excludes from the home leave benefit those staff members who reside in the country of which they are nationals. (...) In its resolution 49/241, the General Assembly reiterated its decision that “the repatriation grant and other expatriate benefits are limited to staff who both work and reside in a country other than their home country”.
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Score: 740904.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-132.pdf
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As such, she was not able to claim any benefit or entitlement that may have arisen from her separation. 32. (...) Rather, the Applicant’s benefits and entitlements were treated as if she was continuously employed by the Organization. 33. (...) When asked about the benefits that the Case No. UNDT/GVA/2016/082 Judgment No.
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Score: 727526.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-040.pdf
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With effect from 1 June 2007 and until further notice a Currency Adjustment Factor (CAF) will be introduced to the salaries in the West Bank and Gaza as follows: (a) The amount of NIS obtained from converting the US Dollar or JD amount will be protected by applying an artificial exchange rate reflecting the mid-point between the base rate [the US/NIS exchange rate as of the last salary survey] and the market rate established on the 10th day of each month; (b) the Currency Adjustment Factor will be applicable to net take home pay. (c) The Currency Adjustment Factor does not apply to Provident Fund and other benefits. 2. (...) The exchange rate adjustment does not apply to the Provident Fund and other benefits. 20. Following these guidelines, the CAF must be submitted to “salaries” and “net take home pay”. (...) On the other hand, as allowances are not benefits, the Commissioner-General is not prevented from applying the CAF.
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Score: 692639.06 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-911.pdf
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… (c) A staff member subject to local recruitment under this rule shall not be eligible for the allowances or benefits indicated under staff rule 4.5(a). 28. (...) Depending on their type of appointment, the allowances and benefits available to internationally recruited staff members, may include: payment of travel expenses upon initial appointment and on separation for themselves and their spouses and dependent children, removal of household effects, home leave, education grant and repatriation grant. (b) Staff recruited locally at a duty station for posts in the Professional and higher categories at that specific duty station are considered internationally recruited but would generally not be entitled to some or all of the allowances and benefits mentioned in paragraph (a) above as determined by the Secretary-General. 29.
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Score: 686726.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-325.pdf
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Likewise, the UNDT did not consider the principles underlying education benefits, including the need to ensure re-assimilation in home countries as provided for under Regulation 3.2(a). (...) As her son is her dependent, she expected to pay these costs which included for tuition, boarding and some travel from and to the family’s home at a UN location in another country. 56. The benefits flowing to a staff member of the United Nations in return for providing his or her services (work) comprise not merely a base salary but a wider bundle of benefits including salary but also other compensations depending on the circumstances of the staff member and the role held. Those other benefits in the bundle include, by way of example but not exclusively, the right to participate in a generous pension scheme, the employer’s contributions to that pension scheme and, where a staff member living away from his or her home country has dependent children of educatable age, assistance with the costs attaching to that education.
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Score: 680350.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1045.pdf
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At the time of the Applicant’s application, one of her sons, T., was in his second year at the University of Bath in the United Kingdom and was receiving boarding and travel related benefits since the 2016-2017 academic year. 4. Equally at that time, the younger son of the Applicant, C., was on the verge of commencing university in September 2018 in the United Kingdom and was in need of boarding assistance and travel related benefits starting with the 2018-2019 school year. 5. (...) Resolution 70/244 did not consider providing transitional measures for boarding expenses, nor allowed the Organization to take steps to mitigate the effects on the benefits provided in the past according to the former regulatory framework. 38. (...) The Appeals Tribunal concluded as follows on the possibility of the General Assembly to modify staff members’ benefits and entitlements: 94. In the context of the United Nations system, the salary entitlements of staff members are therefore statutory in nature and may be unilaterally amended by the General Assembly.
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Score: 666298.54 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-039.pdf
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UNDT/2010/057 i) On International Recruitment (Staff Rule 104.7): • (a) Staff members other than those regarded under rule 104.6 as having been locally recruited shall be considered as having been internationally recruited. The allowances and benefits in general available to internationally recruited staff members include: payment of travel expenses upon initial appointment and on separation for themselves and their spouses and dependent children, removal of household effects, non-resident’s allowance, home leave, education grant and repatriation grant (...) • (c) A staff member who has changed his or her residential status in such a way that he or she may, in the opinion of the Secretary-General, be deemed to be a permanent resident of any country other than that of his or her nationality may lose entitlement to non-resident’s allowance, home leave, education grant, repatriation grant and payment of travel expenses upon separation for the staff member and his or her spouse and dependent children and removal of household effects, based upon place of home leave, if the Secretary-General considers that the continuation of such entitlement would be contrary to the purposes for which the allowance or benefit was created. (...) UNDT/2010/057 and benefits from the date on which he or she acquires non immigrant status
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Score: 665445.26 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-057.pdf
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The UNDT recalled that staff members’ rights to payment of their pension benefits are determined exclusively under the Regulations of the UNJSPF and no deductions may be made from the benefits due from the Pension Fund except for indebtedness to the Fund. (...) Aliko’s appointment with the purpose of arbitrarily depriving him and his family of the right to benefit entitlements related to international staff, including home leave, education grant and repatriation grant. (...) While the beneficiaries and amounts of payments of pension benefits are determined by the UNJSPF Regulations, the timing of the payment of pension benefits is determined by the operation of ST/AI/155/Rev.2, where applicable.
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Score: 664733.15 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-539.pdf
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THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2021-UNAT-1115 4 of 9 Kisangani site asking those whose services were no longer necessary to go home but without it having any effect on their benefits and entitlements. (...) During that time period, he received his full pay and benefits. Mr. Mampeta was never placed on any type of leave, and he completed his FTA and separated upon expiration of his contract. Rather than reduce the term of the contract, the Secretary-General opted instead to have those whose services were no longer needed to go home, without it having any impact on their benefits and entitlements. 21.
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Score: 658905.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1115.pdf
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