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The letter further informed the Applicant that her three-month job search period would start that day and end on 31 May 2014. (...) Finally, the Applicant was advised of the options she would have should she not find a new assignment by the end of the three-month search period. 10. By email dated 26 February 2014 to the Director, OHR, UNDP, the Applicant raised her concerns about the implementation of the search period and her abrupt relocation from Oslo. (...) As a permanent staff member, her rights under staff rule 9.6(e) were not respected and she was not afforded the opportunity to remain in her post during the three-month search period and the job matching exercise; j.
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Score: 509051.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-028.pdf
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I remain available should you like to discuss further and look forward to supporting your search efforts. 11. By email of 18 February 2019 to Mr. (...) While the Applicant submits that the one-month search period was during a time when he had planned to take home leave and that period is “unrealistic” as a search period, the Applicant has been without a position for almost two years and has had that entire period to identify, with UNDP’s assistance, an alternate position. (...) The search time period is therefore not unreasonable on its face.
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Score: 508672.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/orders/Order 2019-NY-054.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. (...) The Applicant has apparently applied for many positions within UNDP, without success, and cannot remain on a search period indefinitely. More than a reasonable time has expired for the search period or for efforts to place the Applicant in any position, particularly in a climate of downsizing. If the Respondent has not complied with procedures relating to the search period and placement of the Applicant, her relief will be in the form of damages.
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Score: 488300.05 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2014-094.pdf
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The Applicant also had to search for specific emails and documents to respond adequately to points made by the Respondent in his submissions regarding the Panel of Discrimination and Other Grievances (PDOG). (...) In support of his application to file further papers, the applicant asserts, inter alia, that the respondent has submitted a large volume of materials which the applicant is currently examining in order to properly address the issues raised in the reply, and that as part of the process the applicant “had to search for specific emails and documents to respond adequately to points made by the Respondent in his submissions regarding the Panel of Discrimination and Other Grievances (PDOG)”, which has now been dissolved. 15.
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Score: 487381.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2009-079.pdf
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On 21 March 2014, the Applicant filed the present application. Subsequent job search 22. The Applicant applied for one available post. (...) UNDT/2016/195 Page 22 of 44 the requirement of good faith in the search for alternative employment extended to other, non-permanent categories of staff. (...) In Mistral Al-Kidwa UNDT/2011/199 (case concerning UNICEF; no appeal), paras. 50–74, the Tribunal addressed UNICEF’s rules for staff on abolished posts, including additional obligations of the Administration with respect to search for alternative employment. 43. In Tolstopiatov UNDT/2010/147 (case concerning UNICEF; no appeal), the Tribunal addressed UNICEF’s rules for staff on abolished posts, including additional obligations of the Administration with respect to search for alternative employment.
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Score: 483032.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-195.pdf
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It also showed that at 11.55 a.m. on 1 September 2006, the printer assigned by default to the Applicant’s computer had been used and that at 11.59 a.m., a Google search had been made from the Applicant’s computer of the first and last names of the government representative to whom the email of 31 August 2006 had been sent. (...) The JDC considered whether another person might have used his workstation to send the email on 1 September 2006, but it took the view that such a hypothesis was highly unlikely as it implied that the third party in question must have known both the Applicant’s password and that of the Head of the North Africa Desk, and taken a great risk in spending one and a half hours at the Applicant’s workstation to search, on Google, the first and last names of the government representative to whom the email of 31 August 2006 had been sent, as well as searching the terms Translated from French Case No. (...) UNDT/2011/056 Page 12 of 15 - A 12.33 p.m., a search was made from the Applicant’s computer under the words “accountability”, “IGO” and “IOMFOM/2005/iom5405.htm” on the UNHCR intranet; - At 1.18 p.m., the Applicant’s computer connected to the Yahoo website; - At 1.19 p.m., the Applicant’s computer disconnected from the Yahoo website. 26.
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Score: 481634.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-056e.pdf
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Abu Ghali] started toward the Afana home but was then stopped by police, who proceeded to search the car and its contents. Upon search, it was discovered that the 1 See paragraphs 4-13 of Judgment No. (...) In doing so, the Court initially determined that the police “were not legally entitled to stop and search citizens without following the legal procedures”. 7. (...) Abu Ghali asserts that the search of the UNRWA vehicle was illegal and UNRWA’s failure to challenge the search constituted a breach of its obligations to him as a staff member.
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Score: 481634.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-366.pdf
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The letter further informed the Applicant that the three months job search period would start on the date of the letter, and run through to 31 May 2014. (...) Had she been given a proper search period and remained on the post for a few more months, she would have been eligible to participate; f. (...) The Applicant was given a search period when the post of Director, OGC, was abolished, and she obtained a one-year temporary appointment with UNV.
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Score: 479578.12 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-102.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”. By Orders No. 223, (NY/2013), No. 224 (NY/2013), and No. 225 (NY/2013), all dated 6 September 2013, the Tribunal referred the three matters to mediation, and by letter dated 4 November 2013, the Office of the Ombudsman for the United Nations Funds and Programmes informed the Tribunal that the mediation efforts were not successful.
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Score: 476559.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2014-261.pdf
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The UNDP accepts that it has the responsibility to give job search support to staff who “become unassigned” as a result of corporate restructuring, abolition of posts, reduction in staff, return from peacekeeping missions or inter-agency secondments and loans and return from special leave. (...) Examples given of typical services and resources provided are career transition management and counseling upon displacement, information on job opportunities in UNDP and the UN system, job search information sessions and workshops, job search support such as advice, tips, advocacy for placement etc, resume and CV preparation, interview practice, referral to other job search resources and external career counselors and advice and counseling on “agreed separations”. (...) The CTU also provides individualized advice to staff on job search strategies, feedback on resumes and mock interview practice through an experienced external career counselor who has over twenty years of experience working with UNDP and UN staff in transition.
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Score: 473923.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2009-078.pdf
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