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Between 28 and 30 May 2014, the Applicant participated in an e-Learning Africa Conference in preparation for his reassignment. (...) UNDT/2016/062 Page 5 of 17 transfer of a P-5 plus additional resources to boost e-learning. He said he had had a chat with the Director/IDEP urging him to quickly move on e-learning. (...) On 25 July 2014, ECA HRSS submitted a request for classification action to the Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) on the post of Senior Information Technology Officer in the e-learning unit of ECA. The request stated that “the goals and objectives of the post of Adviser/IT specialist (e-learning) is for introducing the e-learning business line of IDEP, ECA’s training arm”. 21.
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Score: 480308.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-062.pdf
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The applicant told the Tribunal that on 2 March 2008, he learned the identity of the person who was successful in applying for the position. (...) Maddox submitted that the applicant should have appealed against his non-promotion when he learned of it in December 2007 and that by delaying his appeal until March 2008, he is now out of time. 5. (...) However, I accept his explanation that he is not a person who is looking for an argument, but when he learned of evidence of what he regarded as an injustice to him, he felt obliged to take some action.
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Score: 472854.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2009-011.pdf
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During this meeting, [the Applicant] was also informed that a new P-4 post would become available in November 2016 but that he should not apply because he was not suitable for the post and [the Chief of Learning] has other people in mind for it. [The Applicant] did not apply for the post referred to because he felt intimidated and threatened by [the Chief of Learning]. (...) … On 17 April 2017, [the Applicant] attended a meeting with the Human Resources Director […], Deputy Director […], [Chief of ITM], [the Chief of Learning], and [the Human Resources Specialist]. (...) UNDT/NY/2017/114 Order No. 279 (NY/2017) Page 11 of 14 career as a Team Leader in the Learning Technology team. Such harm cannot be compensated for by a monetary award. 7.
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Score: 468674.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2017-279.pdf
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The Tribunal notes that staff rule 1.3(b) provides that “the Secretary-General shall seek to ensure that appropriate learning and development programmes are available for the benefit of staff”. (...) Considering that learning and development opportunities are for the benefit of the staff members under the Staff Regulations and Rules, which form the terms and conditions of the Applicant’s employment, the decision relating to learning and development opportunities is therefore an administrative decision subject to judicial review. Whether the Applicant is eligible or not for a learning opportunity is a question for the merits and has no bearing on receivability.
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Score: 444040.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-004.pdf
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While it is true that the UNAT consists of experienced and knowledgable judges, learning is an on-going and essential judicial requirement and I suggest it would be a bold judge now who claimed to know everything there was to know about the law and had no need of further open-minded learning. 10. (...) The opportunity to consider and learn more from experienced and knowledgable counsel and their clients can usually only benefit the Tribunal: at the very least it cannot reduce the quality of its decision-making.
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Score: 431269.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2022-463.pdf
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His teacher and the School’s Learning Support Coordinator were of the view that he would need further support with his speech. 6. (...) By memorandum of 21 August 2018, the Medical Services Division, UNOG, certified that the Applicant’s son has a learning disability for which he receives special support, and recommended the payment of special education grant for the academic years 2014-2015 and 2015-2016. 9. (...) He attached supporting documentation, including the certificate of attendance and costs signed by the School, a medical certificate attesting that his child requires specific training to assist him to overcome his learning disability and invoices issued separately by the speech and language therapist. 11.
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Score: 429956.05 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-111.pdf
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Thereafter, the Applicant learned that the WFP was retaining GIS staff. The Applicant learned, sometime in June 2011, that a new Senior Programme Assistant, General Service-7 level post was being created with substantially the same job responsibilities as his current post in the VAM Unit. 3. (...) It is a reasonable inference that the WFP wishes to avoid the application of this policy by performing an irregular selection. The Applicant has learned that the selection panel for the new post may be tinged with the appearance of bias if not outright bias as a result of the participation of Mr.
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Score: 405058.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2011-061.pdf
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On 1 September 2018, Mr. Perrin learned in an informal conversation with an UNRWA staff member that a new staff member had joined UNRWA on the SOTO post. (...) Perrin asserts that his request for decision review was submitted on time as the start of the time running for filing a decision review should be the date upon which he had learned that there was an investigation launched into the recruitment anomalies of the P-5 recruitment process, namely that the position was cancelled and reopened after corrupt influence by the Chief of Staff to select the Deputy Commissioner-General’s partner, an external candidate. (...) Perrin disputes the deadline for decision review as determined by the UNRWA DT, which was the date on which he learned he was not successful in his recruitment effort, and argues it should be the date he received additional information about his non-selection.
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Score: 405058.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2020-UNAT-995.pdf
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Communications: Good interpersonal; and communications skills … Commitment to Continuous Learning: … Leadership: Provide leadership and guidance to more junior interpreters. (...) Commitment to continuous learning: [The applicant] demonstrated that she had adequate IT skills although she mentioned that she uses DT search to download terminology, which shows that she is not exactly aware of how or for what purpose the data base is used. (...) In January 2008 the applicant learned that the two selected candidates were those that had initially replaced her on the roster during the first round of the process.
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Score: 403695.26 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-059.pdf
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The DED/M concluded that approval of learning activities and learning time is discretionary for supervisors, subject to the considerations that are specified under the policy on learning and development. (...) Section 13 of DHR/PROCEDURE/2017/005, the UNICEF Administrative Issuance which is relevant to learning was given due consideration in assessing the complaint. 13 The documentary record shows that Ms.
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Score: 400862.45 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-062.pdf
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