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The then Medical Services Division (“MSD”) which is now known as the Division of Health-Care Management and Occupational Safety and Health (“DHMOSH”) certified the Applicant’s sick leave from November 2014 to 8 March Case No. (...) For a staff member’s appointment to be terminated for reasons of health under staff regulation 9.1 (a) or (b), the staff member’s incapacity must be established by conclusive medical evidence that results in the award of a disability benefit under the UNJSPF Regulations. 3.1 When a staff member has used all his or her entitlement to sick leave with full pay, the executive or local personnel office shall bring the situation to the attention of the Medical Director or designated medical officer in order to determine whether the staff member should be considered for a disability benefit under article 33 (a) of the UNJSPF Regulations, while the staff member is on sick leave with half pay. 3.2 If the medical conclusion is that the staff member’s illness or injury constitutes an impairment to health which is likely to be permanent or of long duration, the Medical Director or designated medical officer shall so advise the relevant human resources officer at Headquarters or the local personnel office for notification to the staff member 3.3 Where the conclusion by the Medical Director or designated medical officer is either not contested by the staff member or is confirmed by the independent medical practitioner or medical board selected to review the matter, the relevant human resources officer at Headquarters or the local personnel office shall submit as soon as possible a request to the United Nations Staff Pension Committee (“the Committee”) for the award to the staff member of a disability benefit. (...) The secretariat of the Pension Fund will notify the relevant human resources officer at Headquarters or the local personnel office and the staff member of the Committee’s decision. 3.5 If the Committee has decided to award a disability benefit, a recommendation for the termination of the staff member’s appointment for reasons of health under staff regulation 9.1 (a) or (b), 3 Villamoran UNDT/2011/126, at para. 29.
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Score: 702201.17 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-111.pdf
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On 1 October 2014, he was locally recruited as Refugee Status Determination Officer (NO-C) in Ankara under a fixed-term appointment. (...) In particular, he stated that “MIP is priced and designed for local use only and, as per its rules, does not provide worldwide coverage. (...) On 1 October 2014, he was locally recruited as Refugee Status Determination Officer (NO-C) in Ankara under a fixed-term appointment.
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Score: 662865.04 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-110.pdf
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In an application received and recorded at the Registry of the Dispute Tribunal on 4 December 2009, the Applicant disputes the decision of the Assistant Secretary-General, Controller, Office of Programme Planning, Budgets and Accounts, to outsource the medical insurance plan for local staff to GMC Services. 2. He asks the Tribunal to rescind: (a) The above decision as it applies to local staff working in Bangkok; (b).. (...) The medical insurance plan for local staff and former local staff is fundamental to their living and working conditions; but paragraphs (f) and (h) of Rule 8.1 of the provisional Staff Rules provide that administrative instructions or directives on issues relating to staff welfare, including conditions of work and general conditions of life, shall be transmitted in advance to the executive committees of the representative staff bodies concerned for consideration; (b) Contrary to the view of the Management Evaluation Unit, the decision contested is appealable because it was a unilateral decision having a direct legal effect on many staff members, including the Applicant; (c) The requirement that current and former local staff produce the necessary documents for reimbursement of medical expenses in English has major disadvantages. (...) The Applicant challenges the decision to outsource management of the medical insurance plan for local staff to GMC Services as regards personnel serving in Bangkok.
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Score: 627998.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-053e.pdf
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Pio, an Argentine national, is a retired Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) staff member who participated in the UNJSPF from 1971 to 1994 and again, for a five-month period, from late 1994-1995. He retired in Switzerland in 1994 and opted for the “local track” pension; some years later, he relocated to Argentina (...) Accordingly, the Fund should suspend the local currency track retroactively to January 2009, the date of Mr.
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Score: 622882.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-569.pdf
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On 1 October 2014, he was locally recruited as Refugee Status Determination Officer (NO-C), in Ankara, under a fixed-term appointment. (...) In particular, he stated that “MIP is priced and designed for local use only and, as per its rules, does not provide worldwide coverage. (...) The present case concerns the reimbursement of medical expenses incurred by a locally recruited staff member outside his duty station while travelling on private business.
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Score: 619884.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-044.pdf
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Larghi, an Argentine national, is a retired Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization staff member, who participated in the UNJSPF from 1966 to 1985. (...) He opted to switch to a “local track” pension some years later. 3. In 2009, Mr. (...) The third is converting the United States dollar pension amount into local currency, when the retiree chooses to be paid in local currency.
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Score: 619404.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-343.pdf
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The UNRWA DT found that the Agency introduced the CAF to protect the amount received by staff members in local currency while converting their salaries from USD or JD. As the OPT Allowance was paid in local currency, it had no currency exposure and there was no reason to apply the CAF to the OPT Allowance. (...) The OPT allowance was paid in USD, not in local currency, and therefore should be under the scope of the CAF.
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Score: 607967.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-911.pdf
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On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (“WHO”) declared the COVID-19 outbreak a global pandemic. 7. (...) His physician has advised that any travel during the pandemic would be a risk to his health and given the pandemic, if he is required to serve in Bamyan, and were to contract COVID-19, it could possibly have disastrous consequences. 31. (...) In the present case, the Applicant’s FRO informed him on 5 November 2020 that, as advised by JMS, his medical conditions could be managed locally, and requested him to initiate arrangements for his return to the duty station.
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Score: 605257.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2021-072.pdf
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Pio, an Argentine national, is a retired Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) staff member who participated in the UNJSPF from 1971 to 1994 and again, for a five-month period, from late 1994-1995. (...) Pio’s benefits were thus recalculated accordingly under the “local track” feature of the PAS. Under the PAS, the “local track” would be adjusted pursuant to movements in the CPI in Argentina. 25. (...) The third is converting the United States dollar pension amount into local currency, when the retiree chooses to be paid in local currency.
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Score: 600119.63 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-344.pdf
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ratiOnale Local autonomy is not an end, but a means. The aim of decentralization is to increase local authority to implement results-based management and to enforce local accountability for obtaining better service quality and responsiveness, towards ensuring greater equity and improved health outcomes. (...) The district acts as a link between the state structures and the local health centres, and is responsible for coordinating with states governments for implementation of programmes. (...) Active participation and feedback by the local administrative units and local community are critical for successful implementation. tOOlkit STEP INVOLVED RESOURCES Decentralization strategy and issues Decentralization in health care.
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Score: 592708.9 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi..._decentralisation_04112012.pdf
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