Judgment No. 1780
The complaint is dismissed.
"According to consistent precedent both employer and employee must show good faith. For the Organisation, that means giving its staff notice of any facts or rules that may influence their dealings with it [...]. But [...] the Organisation will not be financially liable unless the staff member has suffered financial injury."
injury; liability; material injury; organisation; case law; good faith; organisation's duties; duty to inform; staff member's interest
"Regular payments by an employer, whether in the form of salary or of some other benefit, amount to decisions that may be challenged at the time. Failing such challenge they become final and may be challenged thereafter only if there are grounds for review of administrative action."
individual decision; receivability of the complaint; continuing breach; salary; allowance; condition