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The Applicant was informed that during the search period she would be considered an active staff member. (...) Alternatively, you may apply for an agreed separation after serving at least two months of the search period, without seeking to extend it further. (...) SY stated that “following the end of [her] search period we [would] need to place you on notice of separation”. 18.
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Score: 589707.47 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2013-181.pdf
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As a result and in accordance with changes envisaged, you are now being afforded a 60-day Search Period for the purpose of enabling UNDP a final opportunity to assist you with securing a new assignment. (...) You accordingly have the following options: 1. Use the 60-day search period to seek an assignment within the Organization. (...) Only if the Applicant’s search for a new position is unsuccessful or he rejects agreed separation agreement “may” a termination of his permanent appointment then be considered. 13.
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Score: 577830.96 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-125.pdf
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The Applicant’s browsing history revealed that he manually inputted searches for pornographic material both on Google and on various pornographic websites using different search parameters. Even if the Applicant used cracked software or visited websites offering cracked software, this would not explain why he manually inputted the specific search terms into Google and the search engines for pornographic websites. (...) The fact that it is a search engine is indicated by “search?hl=fr”. The search was conducted manually using the French language and the keywords used to conduct the search are “black girls with strip man - Recherche Google”.
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Score: 573984.77 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-122.pdf
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UNDT/NY/2013/096, in which the Applicant contests, inter alia, the decision to place her on a “search period” (i.e., a period of time to look for a new position) and subsequent notice of separation. 2. (...) UNDT/NY/2013/096, suspending “the implementation of the decision to end the Applicant’s search period and to separate her from service”. The interim measures were subsequently extended by Orders No. 223 (NY/2013), dated 6 September 2013, and 292 (NY/2013), dated 7 November 2013. 3. (...) Order No. 181 suspended “the decision to end the Applicant’s search period and to separate her from service” (emphasis added), whereas Counsel for the Applicant states that Order No. 181 suspended “the implementation of the decision to end the Applicant’s search period”, omitting to mention that it also suspended her separation, which at the time was imminent and which, as clearly stated in Order No. 181, was preceded by a notice of separation.
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Score: 568266.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2014-102.pdf
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Kapsou states that the publication of the judgment of the United Nations Appeals Tribunal (Appeals Tribunal) on the website of the Office of Administration of Justice (OAJ) has caused her “harm and distress” and has resulted in her still being unemployed “because any prospective employer can simply Google search [her] name or has web search[…] [her] name from any other search engine and found this URL posting by [the Appeals Tribunal] with personal details and a Ruling which doesn’t even reflect the truth”. 2.
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Score: 563964.55 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2014-198.pdf
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Option 1 – start a 30-day search period followed by a 30-day notice period. (...) You should keep your HR Business Partner, […], informed of your search efforts so that we advocate for your candidacy where possible (...) … If none of these options are right for you, and you are still unassigned after the three months search period, you may apply for an agreed separation… f.
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Score: 554957.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2017-279.pdf
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As you do not fall under the long-serving category the three months search period will not be applicable to you. 7. (...) UNDT/2010/006 He was also made aware that OHR will advocate on his behalf in search for a suitable positions and that he should send his updated cv. (...) You should actively search for suitable opportunities in UNDP and elsewhere in the UN system prior to your contract expiry date.
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Score: 550956.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-006.pdf
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In your specific case, your job search period will start from 4 May 2009 and continue until 3 August 2009. (...) UNDT/2011/095 Page 7 of 18 … [I]f you are not placed by the end of your search period on 3 August 2009, the options listed below are available to extend your search. Alternatively, towards the expiry of this period, you could apply for agreed separation without seeking to extend your search. … Please keep in touch with [the Career Transition Unit of OHR] and kindly inform us of your preferences at least two weeks prior to the end of your search period (i.e., 15 July 2009) … should you not do so, you will automatically be placed on notice of separation. 17.
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Score: 525144.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-095.pdf
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She was further told that she would be given a three-month job search period to focus on finding other job opportunities, from 17 April to 17 July 2014. (...) She was asked to inform UNDP about her preferred option two weeks prior to the end of her initial search period; otherwise, the Organization would automatically place her on three months’ notice of separation period. 8. (...) The letter of 9 June 2015 further refers to the lack of placement of the Applicant “to date”, following the expiration of the three months’ search period as well as the three months’ notice of separation period, which expired on 17 October 2014.
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Score: 517885.35 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-065.pdf
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In light of the notification you received in October, we trust that you are already engaged in such search for alternate placements. You are expected and indeed obliged to apply for suitable UNDP or UN system opportunities. (...) This would give you a further period in which to search while on payroll at your last level and step in Jordan. (...) Should your documented job search during SLWOP prove unsuccessful, the [O]rganization would need to move to your separation from service.
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Score: 509783.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2009-034.pdf
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