Judgment No. 1687
1. The impugned decision is set aside insofar as it relates to the complainant's claim to compensation for overtime in 1994, the case being sent back to the Organization for review and a new decision.
2. The ILO shall pay him 500 Swiss francs towards costs.
3. His other claims are dismissed.
"There will be no contract unless an offer is made and accepted, and both offer and acceptance take effect upon notification to the other party. Here the ILO's offer was in law no more than an intention since it was never notified to the complainant himself nor sent to his address before being withdrawn."
contract; extension of contract; offer; intention of parties; non-renewal of contract; consequence; request by a party