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He told Shabani to bring back the materials and instructed his site storekeeper, Kandolo, to indicate the shortage of materials received in the site bin card and give it to Monsi upon his return to make Shabani justify the missing material. 20. (...) Once the materials are handed over to the site supervisor, it his responsibility to take care of them. 35. (...) In this regard, the Applicant himself confirmed that he, as the site supervisor, was responsible for the material.
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Score: 1225230.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-001.pdf
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He was assigned to the Labado team site on 1 July 2014.1 His FTA was extended from 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2018, a period of six months.2 6. (...) All other team sites and super camps, including the one where the Applicant worked, were to be closed.6 7. (...) Placing the Applicant on SLWFP may thus have been the only viable course of action under the circumstances, shifting, however, the question to the reason for closing the team site. 35. Closure of the team site is the factual element invoked by the Respondent as the exceptional circumstance.
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Score: 1012533.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-023.pdf
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He was assigned to the Umm Baro team site on 13 April 2016.1 His FTA was extended from 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2018, a period of six months.2 6. (...) All other team sites and super camps, including the one where the Applicant worked, were to be closed.6 7. (...) Placing the Applicant on SLWFP may thus have been the only viable course of action under the circumstances, shifting, however, the question to the reason for closing the team site. 35. Closure of the team site is the factual element invoked by the Respondent as the exceptional circumstance.
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Score: 1012533.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-022.pdf
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All other team sites and super camps, including the one where the Applicant worked, were to be closed.7 7. (...) The timing of the closure of the team sites, which were staggered between 4 October and 9 December 2018, was determined by UNAMID’s operational plans. (...) Placing the Applicant on SLWFP may thus have been the only viable course of action under the circumstances, shifting, however, the question to the reason for closing the team site. 35. Closure of the team site is the factual element invoked by the Respondent as the exceptional circumstance.
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Score: 1012533.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-021.pdf
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OAI arbitrarily determined what was justified or unjustified but did not give reasons for their opinions or ask for explanations, such as, issues over water or expenses for the Business Continuity Plan (“BCP’) site. As a result of all of this, the property was maintained and enhanced. (...) The Applicant explained that the charges for light bulbs were for the BCP site but there is no evidence for that in the record. (...) Musing aloud, the UNDP was paying for water bills used at BCP site which was within the Applicant’s compound and for the office, it makes absolute sense that instead of the countenance of the United Nations RC/UNDP RR queuing at a water utility company (most probably during working time), a member of her staff responsible for paying UNDP water bills could take the Applicant’s bill along for payment.
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Score: 1002426.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-002.pdf
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All other team sites and super camps, including the one where the Applicant worked, were to be closed.6 7. (...) The closure of many team sites during the same period did not facilitate a reassignment. (...) Placing the Applicant on SLWFP may thus have been the only viable course of action under the circumstances, shifting, however, the question to the reason for closing the team site. 36. Closure of the team site is the factual element invoked by the Respondent as the exceptional circumstance.
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Score: 994522.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-020.pdf
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The Applicant’s case is that the Respondent truncated his FTA when his team site was closed on 29 May 2019 and that he was informed he would be placed on SLWFP until the expiry of his contract on 30 June 2019. According to the Applicant, since he was told not to return to work after the closure of his team site and he was not given any work to do, his contract was de facto terminated on 29 May 2019 pursuant to staff regulation 9.3(a)(i). (...) The Applicant’s appointment expired about one month after the closure of the Kisangani team site. During his last month of employment, the Applicant did not report to the work site to work but he completed his check-out, including arranging for the travel of his family to Bunia, and he acknowledged in his request for management evaluation that he monitored the activities of armed groups in Bafwasende and Ubundu.
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Score: 933854.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-056.pdf
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Also notable is that after the compound was handed over by the Gambian Government, the UNDP/Gambia turned the bantaba into a site accommodating its business continuity plan (BCP), for storing materials and goods for emergency purposes and for holding scenario simulation exercises. (...) In connection with the income and expenditures, the OAI raised the matter of the “bantaba” serving as the BCP site for the UNDP/Gambia and agreed that some expenses might have been paid for the special events such as simulation exercises. (...) Lekoetje had misused UNDP funds for expendables; he rather stated that one voucher was for cleaning supplies for the BCP site, and it was thus not a misuse of UNDP funds by Ms.
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Score: 872792.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1227.pdf
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In contrast to international staff whose pay scale is determined directly by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) based on the prevailing conditions in the international labour market, the LSSC follows guidelines issued by the ICSC using local market conditions as their benchmark. 10. (...) Salaries for locally recruited staff are established through labour market surveys of the employers presumed to be the best in the locality. (...) In the Special Measure provisions in part III of the Manual, paragraphs 8.23 to 8.32 deals with the family expenditure survey in response to civil unrest and the breakdown of the labour market. This type of survey is envisioned to take place in circumstances of warfare where the labour market activity ceases and where staff is in difficult and hostile conditions.
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Score: 753927.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-096.pdf
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He worked for his company at nights and on weekends and he entered into a service contract with Up Beat Marketing to build stands for the August 2009 exposition without authorization from the BINUB administration. (...) The documentary evidence such as the contract, dated 25 July 2009, signed between the Applicant and the CEO of Up Beat Marketing for the construction of 83 stands and the complaint filed by the Applicant against Up Beat Marketing for non- payment of the fees agreed in the contract show that the Applicant entered into a contract related to an assignment he had been requested to perform as a United Nations staff member. 28. (...) The legal instruments applicable at the time of his recruitment and at the time he entered into the contract with Up Beat Marketing on 25 July 2009, were as follows: 33.
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Score: 728958.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-001.pdf
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