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Judgment No. 977

Decision

THE COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED.

Consideration 9 (D) (III)

Extract:

The complainant had for a time no clear job description, but that did not prevent him from being fully taken up with work that was already familiar to him. The Tribunal concludes that the complainant's objections on this point are unfounded.

Keywords

organisation's duties; post description

Consideration 4

Extract:

"Having made his 13.1 request for review on 7 October 1987, the complainant submitted a 'complaint' under 13.2 on 8 April 1988. The lodging of the 13.1 request and the substance of it show that the complainant had become aware of the 'treatment complained of' over six months before he lodged his 'complaint', and it was therefore out of time under 13.2."

Reference(s)

Organization rules reference: ARTICLE 13.1 OF THE ILO STAFF REGULATIONS;
ARTICLE 13.2 OF THE ILO STAFF REGULATIONS

Keywords

receivability of the complaint; internal appeal; time limit; date of notification; start of time limit; time bar

Consideration 9 (D) (V)

Extract:

"The Director-General ended the temporary appointment because he did not consider the complainant suitable for the post. [...] Nationality was an important criterion because the holder of the post must be able to travel to the [Occupied Arab] Territories without interference or difficulty. [...] The decision [...] was at the Director-General's discretion and the exercise of his discretion was proper."

Keywords

nationality; assignment; qualifications; discretion; criteria



 
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