Judgment No. 1546
The complaint is dismissed.
"The conclusion is that he had quite sufficient warning [two written warnings in addition to oral warnings and written comments on the quality of his work] about shortcomings in his performance and the risk of non-renewal. So it is immaterial whether the earlier criticisms are the same as those on which the decision rests. Furthermore, although the Organization's warning was sufficient, it was at liberty to cite prior incidents as well."
grounds; contract; fixed-term; non-renewal; unsatisfactory service; conduct; warning; discretion