Judgment No. 1915
THE COMPLAINTS ARE DISMISSED.
A comparison study of language proficiency between the common system staff and outside employers was attacked by the complainants because the required level of proficiency is higher in the common system. "The Tribunal holds that it is not necessary to achieve a perfect match between outside jobs and those in the common system. There must merely be sufficient similarity between these jobs."
flemming principle; qualifications; knowledge of languages; salary; allowance; language allowance; scale; adjustment