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The results were promulgated by the Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, in the following terms:2 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) [F]ollowing the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advi[s]e 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 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer (NNOO) category. (...) The Appellants requested an extension of time to file their applications against “the decision of [OHRM/International Civil Service Commission] 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”.3 6. On 24 March 2015, the UNDT rendered its Judgment.
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Score: 547581.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-618.pdf
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The results were promulgated by the Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, in the following terms:3 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) [F]ollowing the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advi[s]e 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 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer (NNOO) category. (...) The Appellants requested an extension of time to file their applications against “the decision of [OHRM/International Civil Service Commission] 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”.4 6. On 24 March 2015, the UNDT rendered its Judgment.
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Score: 547581.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-628.pdf
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The results were promulgated by the Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, in the following terms:3 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) [F]ollowing the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advi[s]e 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 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer (NNOO) category. (...) The Appellants requested an extension of time to file their applications against “the decision of [OHRM/International Civil Service Commission] 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”.4 6. On 24 March 2015, the UNDT rendered its Judgment.
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Score: 547581.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-630.pdf
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The results were promulgated by the Office of Human Resources Management, (OHRM) on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, in the following terms:1 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) [F]ollowing the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advi[s]e 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 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer (NNOO) category. (...) Jaishankar submitted a motion for an extension of time to file an application against “the decision of [OHRM/International Civil Service Commission] 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”.2 5. On 24 March 2015, the UNDT rendered Judgment No.
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Score: 547581.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-632.pdf
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The results of the survey were published by the Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014:1 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 BY13.4 PER CENT FOR GENERAL SERVICE (GGSS) CATEGORY AND 19.4 PER CENT FOR NATIONAL OFFICER [(NNOO)] CATEGORY. (...) Bharati submitted a motion for extension of time to file an application against “the decision of [OHRM/International Civil Service Commission] [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”.2 That same day, the Geneva Registry advised Mr.
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Score: 547581.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-633.pdf
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Each of the Applicants, General staff members of the United Nations Development Programme (“UNDP"), 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. (...) 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: 547581.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-022.pdf
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Each of the Applicants, General staff members of the United Nations Population Fund (“UNFPA”), 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/2015/023 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: 547581.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-023.pdf
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The results were promulgated by the Office of Human Resources Management, (OHRM) on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, in the following terms:3 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) [F]ollowing the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advi[s]e 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 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer (NNOO) category. (...) The Appellants requested an extension of time to file their applications against “the decision of [OHRM/International Civil Service Commission] 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”.4 6. On 24 March 2015, the UNDT rendered its Judgment.
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Score: 537042.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-629.pdf
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The results were promulgated by the Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM) on its website, as reflected in its cable dated 1 October 2014, in the following terms:3 Subject: New Delhi (India) local salaries (AAA) [F]ollowing the comprehensive salary survey conducted in New Delhi in June 2013, this is to advi[s]e 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 per cent for general service (GGSS) category and 19.4 per cent for national officer (NNOO) category. (...) The Appellants requested an extension of time to file their applications against “the decision of [OHRM/International Civil Service Commission] 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”.4 6. On 24 March 2015, the UNDT rendered its Judgment.
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Score: 537042.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-631.pdf
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Lekoetje dictated many of the terms of the lease agreements including setting the rent to be paid below market level and having it further reduced after one year. 25. (...) Lekoetje further submits that the issue of determining the rent based on market value is false, because market value was only relevant for commercial rentals of property by UNDP. (...) It was thus not a situation of a property leased on the open market, whether by the government to the UNDP, or by the UNDP to its RR for the time being.
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Score: 535355.96 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1227.pdf
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