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On 31 March 2017, another job opening GJO 76109, FS-6, Movement Control Officer, Multiple D/S, was also advertised. (...) On non-receipt of the email by the Applicant, the Respondent submits that job applicants must register in the United Nations online careers’ portal, which includes providing a primary email address to be used for all notifications regarding the job application. (...) He further avers that this is the practice of notifying staff members of results from job applications. He contends that the email was sent and was not returned as undelivered therefore he assumes that the email was received by the Applicant, but he chose not to contest the decision. 15.
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Score: 928454.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-145.pdf
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STRATEGY-BASED HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN PRACTICE : EXPERIENCE OF STATISTICS FINLAND / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS FINLAND
Open vacancies are announced, if necessary, in the newspapers. V. ORIENTATION OF NEWCOMERS 27. New recruits are introduced thoroughly to their job tasks and to the agency’s activity. Statistics Finland’s job orientation system is comprised of general orientation and introduction of the employing statistics department. (...) Besides job orientation, as of 2006, all new recruits will participate in the training programme in statistical skills, which is divided into a basic part and a specialised, or advanced, part (Figure 3).
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Score: 807069.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2006/14&Lang=E
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HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT REFORM : YOUNG PROFESSIONALS PROGRAMME : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The programme would comprise two parts: a general orientation and training programme for all job families and, a job network-specific orientation, conducted separately for each job network. 44. (...) For purposes of the programme, the budgetary allocation would be financed through the overall training resources of the Office of Human Resources Management through a reprioritization of funds to accommodate this need. Job network (occupational group) — specific orientation and induction programme 46. (...) The elements of the programme would be developed by each job network based on its specific needs assessment. 3.
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Score: 797298.34 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/65/305/ADD.4&Lang=E
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CONCEPTUAL APPROACH TO HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AT THE FEDERAL STATISTICAL OFFICE / SUBMITTED BY THE FEDERAL STATISTICAL OFFICE OF GERMANY
Any HRD measure is based on seven job profiles, which have been derived from practical work at the FSO. 6. HRD modules are based on job profiles. Each module describes a consistent HRD measure. (...) They are very important for the implementation of target-oriented management. 14. An important basis for staff management interviews is the annual planning of the organisational unit concerned, from which the targets for the concrete jobs are derived.
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Score: 779810.45 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2006/16&Lang=E
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ITALY: FOLLOW-UP TO CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS
The Plan should therefore provide the framework for national integration-oriented policies in the field of housing and job employment. (...) In this regard, in terms of job orientation, a useful support is given from specialised operators in the labour market (in particular, the regional agencies with jurisdiction in terms of vocational training and job employment), who support migrants in their steps towards economic and social integration 29. (...) The MoA, a cooperative relationship between private and public sectors, aims at offering concrete opportunities to refugees to start a job-oriented pathway, by means of traineeships in enterprises and in-company placement.
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Score: 777609.96 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RD/C/ITA/CO/19-20/ADD.1&Lang=E
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE ON CO-ORDINATION FOR 1972-1973 : PART TWO : SPECIAL REPORT PREPARED BY ACC ON EMPLOYMENT POLICY IN THE SECOND UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT DECADE
If the problem is primarily lack of jobs, the solution must be the provision of more jobs. (...) More urban jobs for secondary school leavers at existing salaries arc likely to sti~ulate more secondary school output and migration than the jobs created. (...) These sharp inegualities inevitably create strong ambitions to migrate to the towns, to strive for higher education, to search for a job. As long as extreme imbalances persist, so will unemployment since large differentials will always attract a margin of job seekers to hover in the towns, near the chances of the good jobs in the hope of getting one.
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Score: 773378.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=E/5289 (PART II)&Lang=E
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PROMOTING FULL EMPLOYMENT AND DECENT WORK FOR ALL : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
However, most of these jobs are informal, poorly paid and seasonal. A large number of them also involve either self-employment, petty business or unpaid family workers. (...) Lifting barriers to domestic and foreign markets is likely to foster trade integration, which can lead to positive employment E/CN.5/2009/4 11 08-61770 outcomes in terms of quality and quantity of jobs. However, trade integration can also lead to job dislocation and increased income inequality and informality. (...) New technologies may entail job displacement, but they also create new opportunities.
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Score: 771035.25 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.5/2009/4&Lang=E
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GLOBAL ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF NATIONAL ACTION PLANS ON YOUTH EMPLOYMENT : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Japan and Lithuania have recently set up comprehensive job placement and career counselling offices to support graduates at all levels of their job search. (...) Reports mention measures to improve employment services, such as job fairs, job centres, information dissemination and improving the job-seeking skills of candidates. 22. (...) Brazil reports on its programme to create jobs through financial subsidies. For each new job created there is a financial incentive of 1,500 reais.
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Score: 770412.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/60/133&Lang=E
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TRAINING PROGRAMME IN THE SECRETARIAT : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The programmes to prepare staff for specific missions have so far included three components: (a) orientation to provide staff with basic information about the nature of the mission and its structure, the social and political environment and living, work and health conditions in the mission area; (b) job-related training to develop skills in substantive and technical areas such as electoral administration and computer technologies; and (c) language training in the languages of the mission, including intensive language courses and bilingual phrase books with accompanying cassettes. 11. (...) Language training for the 1990s will emphasize communication skills aimed at improving job performance and career development potential. (...) In the last five years, the language training programme has undertaken other specialized courses to improve the job-related linguistic skills of staff members.
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Score: 769876.37 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=A/C.5/47/9&Lang=E
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He challenges certain decisions made in the selection exercise for United Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) Job Opening (“JO”) 87864 (Information Technology Assistant – G5) and the fact that he was not selected. 2. (...) His applications for all three job openings were unsuccessful. The non-selection decisions for these vacancies were communicated to the Applicant on 19 December 2017 and 27 April 2018 respectively. 3. (...) UNDT/2020/110 Page 11 of 17 First, Asariotis confirmed that there is no obligation to inform job applicants of the names of assessment panel members prior to an interview, and the failure to do so does not constitute a procedural irregularity.
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Score: 769640.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-110.pdf
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