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This measure resulted from the Comprehensive Local Salary Survey conducted in India in June 2013, which concluded that salaries for the locally-recruited staff were above the labour market. Facts 2. A Comprehensive Salary Survey was conducted in New Delhi in June 2013. The results of it were published by OHRM in its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, that read as follows: Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) Following the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advise you that the results of the survey indicate that salaries for locally-recruited staff are above the labour market when compared with the remuneration package of the retained comparators by 13.4 percent for General Service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for National Officer category.
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Score: 581835.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-200.pdf
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Each of the Applicants, General staff members of the United Nations Department of Public Information (“DPI”), India, in the service of the Organization from a date prior to 1 November 2014, filed a motion for extension of time to file an application against “the decision of [United Nations Office of Human Resources Management, International Civil Service Commission] (“UN/OHRM/ICSC”)] that the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi, India, in June 2013 found that the current salaries for locally-recruited staff are above the labour market”, as contained in the UN/OHRM cable of 1 October 2014. 2. (...) UNDT/2015/025 Page 3 of 8 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) following the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advice you that the results of the survey indicate that salaries for locally recruited staff are above the labour market when compared with the remuneration package of the retained comparators by13.4 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer category.
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Score: 581835.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-025.pdf
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Each of the Applicants, General staff members of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (“UNODC”), India, in the service of the Organization from a date prior to 1 November 2014, filed a motion for extension of time to file an application against “the decision of [United Nations Office of Human Resources Management, International Civil Service Commission] (“UN/OHRM/ICSC”)] that the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi, India, in June 2013 found that the current salaries for locally-recruited staff are above the labour market”, as contained in the UN/OHRM cable of 1 October 2014. 2. (...) UNDT/2015/027 Page 3 of 7 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) following the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advice you that the results of the survey indicate that salaries for locally recruited staff are above the labour market when compared with the remuneration package of the retained comparators by13.4 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer category.
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Score: 581835.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-027.pdf
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Each of the Applicants, General staff members of United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (“UN Women”), India, in the service of the Organization from a date prior to 1 November 2014, filed a motion for extension of time to file an application against “the decision of [United Nations Office of Human Resources Management, International Civil Service Commission] (“UN/OHRM/ICSC”)] that the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi, India, in June 2013 found that the current salaries for locally-recruited staff are above the labour market”, as contained in the UN/OHRM cable of 1 October 2014. 2. (...) UNDT/2015/028 Page 3 of 7 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) following the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advice you that the results of the survey indicate that salaries for locally recruited staff are above the labour market when compared with the remuneration package of the retained comparators by13.4 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer category.
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Score: 581835.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-028.pdf
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The Applicant, a General staff member of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (“UN Women”), India, in the service of the Organization from a date prior to 1 November 2014, submitted via email of 30 December 2014 a motion for extension of time to file an application against “the decision of [the United Nations Office of Human Resources Management, International Civil Service Commission] (“UN/OHRM/ICSC”)] [following] the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi, India, in June 2013 [finding] that the current salaries for locally-recruited staff are above the labour market”, as contained in the UN/OHRM cable of 1 October 2014. 2. (...) A Comprehensive Local Salary Survey was conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, and the results of the survey were promulgated by OHRM on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, in the following terms: Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) following the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advice you that the results of the survey indicate that salaries for locally recruited staff are above the labour market when compared with the remuneration package of the retained comparators by13.4 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer category.
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Score: 581835.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-045.pdf
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UNDT/2013/098 Page 6 of 14 the Applicant’s Personal History Profile indicated that “as a G-4 staff member [he] did not meet the level requirement and that he did not possess a minimum of 10 years work experience in financial markets”; c. The Applicant’s right to full and fair consideration was respected. (...) Work experience: Ten years experience in the financial markets. Exposure to capital markets and international work experience is desirable.
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Score: 567033.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-098.pdf
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Each of the Applicants, General staff members of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (“UNHCR"), India, in the service of the Organization from a date prior to 1 November 2014, filed a motion for extension of time to file an application against “the decision of [United Nations Office of Human Resources Management, International Civil Service Commission] (“UN/OHRM/ICSC”)] that the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi, India, in June 2013 found that the current salaries for locally-recruited staff are above the labour market”, as contained in the UN/OHRM cable of 1 October 2014. 2. (...) UNDT/2015/024 Page 3 of 7 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) following the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advice you that the results of the survey indicate that salaries for locally recruited staff are above the labour market when compared with the remuneration package of the retained comparators by13.4 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer category.
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Score: 558542.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-024.pdf
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Ganbold did not conduct any market research or considered other potential suppliers before awarding and signing the contract. (...) Ganbold herself does not claim that she undertook any market research. Mr. B. testified before the UNDT that the only time he had conducted market research was in 2006 when the garage was rented by UNFPA for the first time. 39. (...) We add that the rent for the garage and storage facilities increased considerably during the following years but no further market research had been undertaken by either Ms.
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Score: 557302.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-976.pdf
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Several positions in the lifestyle and fashion sectors in Malaysia between February 2001 and December 2004, in the business development, marketing, public relations and fashion editor roles; ii. (...) His experience in the lifestyle and fashion sectors in Malaysia between February 2001 and December 2004, and his various jobs in 2004, in the business development, marketing, public relations and fashion editor roles; and Case No. (...) Various jobs in Cyprus as a trainer and consultant, part-time instructor, public awareness and capacity building expert, marketing director, business development manager and director, and public information and communications officer. 69.
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Score: 555724 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-043.pdf
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“Additionally, at the Hiring Manager’s discretion, candidates holding a completed Bachelors’ degree with two additional years of relevant work experience may be considered in cases where specialized job requirements do not necessarily call for a Masters’ degree or the local labour market makes the requirement impracticable”. This was not the case with the contested selection process; iii. (...) The issue before the Tribunal is urgent because: (i) otherwise, the position is to be filled, irreversible, by a non-skilled/educated person; (ii) it would disturb the work market and the values of the United Nations; (iii) respect must be ensured of the rules of the United Nations and of human rights and the right to access to a professional career; and (iv) humiliation by recruiting a lowed educated person to manage staff with higher education must be avoided; Irreparable damage j.
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Score: 547581.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2019-098.pdf
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