Judgment No. 1583
The complaint is dismissed.
"An organisation may not in good faith end someone's appointment for poor performance without first warning him and giving him an opportunity to do better. The warning need not contain express mention of the risk of termination if performance does not improve: the risk is implied. Nor need any later shortcomings be the same as those that prompted the warning: it suffices that the official understood that his performance as a whole must improve".
ILOAT Judgment(s): 1546
formal requirements; good faith; organisation's duties; contract; non-renewal of contract; termination of employment; unsatisfactory service; warning