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We note however that her pay calculations also took into account other deductions and increases such that her net income actually increased. 2. (...) Ihekwaba submits that there is an underlying assumption in the United Nations system that an “increase in net income follows an increase in gross income”. (...) We note however that her pay calculations also took into account other deductions and increases such that her net income increased. 18.
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Score: 452304.64 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2010-unat-083.pdf
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Was the contested decision, namely to increase the daily workload requirement of self-revision services to 6.4 pages, a lawful exercise of the USG’s discretionary authority? (...) It appears “to have been extrapolated from a claim to increase all workloads by 16% which was never the stated intention of the resolution”. (...) UNDT/2023/006 Page 13 of 20 increase the workload standard for self-revision to 6.4 pages/day and the Working Group’s recommendation that such increase occur concurrently with transitional measures, such as work accommodations and flexibilities, and allocation of dedicated training resources, to allow staff to gradually achieve the new workload standards”. 20.
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Score: 444240.33 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2023-006.pdf
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On 11 February 2022, he filed a motion for leave to increase the page limit for his appeal from the statutory 15 pages to 20 pages. He states that he is seeking the page limit increase so that his appeal can address some crucial points and ensure clarity. (...) Nonetheless, the Registrar requests that she be given the same page increase for her answer brief, if Mr. Savadogo’s motion is granted. 4.
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Score: 440314.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2022-445.pdf
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Lucchini interprets the UNAT Judgment to indicate that UNAT confirmed the UNDT’s award of compensation for moral damages, in addition to increasing the amount of in lieu compensation from 10 months to 24 months. (...) The parties disagree on whether the UNAT confirmed the UNDT’s award of compensation for moral damages, in addition to increasing the amount of in lieu compensation from 10 months to 24 months, or ordered payment of the increased amount of compensation in lieu (of two years’ net base salary) but did not include the original award of compensation for moral harm that had been ordered in the UNDT Judgment. 13. (...) Consequently, in the operative part of the Appeals Tribunal’s Judgment, which follows and is elucidated through said reasoning, we increased the amount of compensation in lieu to address Mr.
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Score: 439212.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1257.pdf
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The report said that since the 2008 comprehensive salary survey, ICRC data showed an 8% increase and US Embassy data showed a cumulative increase of 23%. In relation to the US Embassy data the report explained that although the cover note from the Embassy referred to an increase of 11% since July 2008 the data attached to the cover note showed a 23.21% increase in the US Embassy scale since June 2008. (...) At that stage the US Embassy salary increases proposed for 2010 were not effective. 77.
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Score: 437267.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-096.pdf
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Finally in this analysis, and because all salaries are specified as set figures, unless the minimum increase equates to one of these precisely, most appointees will in practice receive somewhat more than that minimum increase so calculated. 38. (...) It calculated that there was thereby an increase in the Respondent’s remuneration of USD 3,935. (...) How is the comparison to be made to ensure that the minimum increase in net base salary is achieved for the staff member?
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Score: 430720.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1233.pdf
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By motion to vary Order No. 56 (NY/2021) of 10 June 2021, the Applicant requested that due to some particular circumstances of the present case, the deadline for him to file the application be extended until 24 July 2021 and that the page limit be increased to 20 pages. IT IS ORDERED THAT: 3. (...) By 4:00 pm on Monday, 26 July 2021, the Applicant is to file his application following the instructions given in Order No. 56 (NY/2021) although the page limit is increased to 20 pages; b. Within 30 calendar days of the date of receipt of the application, the Respondent is to file the reply with an increased page limit of 20 pages.
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Score: 429731.45 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2021-058.pdf
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Contrary to the UNDT’s interpretation, the Appellants do not contest the ICSC decision to defer implementation of the increased post adjustment multiplier or the methodology for determining post adjustment. They contest the Secretary-General’s decision not to pay the increased post adjustment that had been earned from August 2012, as indicated in their January 2013 pay slips. (...) By the terms of their appointments, the Appellants are only entitled to receive the prevailing post adjustment at the multiplier that the Secretary-General is bound to apply, as decided by the ICSC at the direction of the General Assembly; they do not have a right to be paid post adjustment at a specific multiplier, nor a right to a specific increase in the post adjustment multiplier, nor to determine the timing of such increase. 23.
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Score: 426760.64 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-530.pdf
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The Applicant seeks a declaration that the “arbitrary and unilateral increase in rent” is unlawful, and an order preventing the Applicant from increasing her rent. (...) The Applicant had prayed that she be compensated for paying increased rents and for the withholding of her salaries by the Respondent. No evidence was led by the said Applicant to show that apart from a threat to deduct increased rent from her salary in the event of not vacating the Mission’s accommodation, any increased rents were charged or salaries withheld.
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Score: 426151.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-197.pdf
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UNDT/2021/084 Page 3 of 8 increasing the daily workload of translators to 5.8 pages and of self-revisers to 6.4 pages”. 7. (...) The Applicants aver, in sum, that in deciding to increase the workload for self- revision to 6.4 pages per day, the Administration had exceeded the General Assembly’s mandate. (...) They state that the managerial decision to apply translation service standards to individual performance goals is itself an appealable discretionary decision, as is the decision to unilaterally increase the workload standards for self-revision.
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Score: 424139.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-084.pdf
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