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HRN: 2017 Interpreters' Rates 17.08.2017
HRN: 2016 Interpreters' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: 2016 Translators' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: 2015 Translators' Rates 23.02.2017
HRN: 2015 Interpreters' Rates 23.02.2017
HRN: 2014 Interpreters' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: 2014 Translators' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Social media and communications  23.02.2017

(1) At its twentieth session (CEB/2010/5, paras.114-121), the Committee requested that at the next HLCM meeting a discussion be organized on social networking tools, including the legal, technical and public relations aspects of their use, and relevant agencies’ experiences.

(2) At its twenty first session in Paris (CEB/2011/3, paras. 119-127), the Committee expressed appreciation for the presentations “on social networking tools, including the legal, technical and public relations aspects of their use and relevant agencies’ experiences”.

HRN: Legal Issues 23.02.2017

(1) At its 13th session in Rome (CEB/2007/3, paras. 133-134), the Committee responded positively to the request of the networks of 1) the Legal Advisers of the UN system and of 2) the Legal Liaison Officers to become a formal network under the auspices of the HLCM, under the condition that one network only, bringing together the two groups, be established.

HRN: Dual career 23.02.2017

(1) At its thirteenth session (CEB/2007/HR/8, paras. 65-67), in the context of the High Level Panel Report’s concern for spouse employment as a key element in staff mobility:

o    The HR Network agreed to report to HLCM that this initiative have been launched in July 2004 to support spouses:

    (i)    A website and newsletter had been created; and
    (ii)    32 countries had established Local Expatriate Spouse Associations (UN/LESA).

o    Six organizations had participated in the initiative and the HR Network would seek HLCM support for:

HRN: Other related matters 23.02.2017

(1) At the 14th session (CEB/2007/HR/14, para.74) of the HR Network, the Commission decided that its coordinating and regulating role in the area of leave entitlements should be concentrated on ensuring a consistent common system policy with respect to those elements of leave which were essential to maintaining harmonized recruitment incentives, facilitating mobility of staff and ensuring coherent conditions of employment among organizations with similar situated staff.  The areas of concentration would include, but would not be limited to annual, home and sick leave.

HRN: Adoption leave 23.02.2017

(1) At its 14th session (CEB/2007/HR/14, para.74), the HR Network urged agencies, which have not yet implemented adoption leave to do so and also supported recommendations made by WFP, WHO and UNDP that each staff member should be entitled to full adoption leave, that adoption leave should be a specific kind of leave rather than fall under “special leave”.

HRN: UN System Human Resources Statistics 15.06.2016

Every year the CEB Secretariat collects HR data from member organizations and publishes statistics. Reports detail staff demographics such as staff grade, nationality, location, gender and age. Staff with appointments for a period of less than one year are excluded from published data. Reports also exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is provided separately.

HRN: 2013 Interpreters' Rates 23.02.2017
HRN: 2013 Translators' Rates 23.02.2017
HRN: Definition of HR Terms 15.06.2016

Staff. All persons appointed by an organization as staff members within the meaning of its staff regulations and rules for a period of one year or more. The term thus excludes all staff members appointed for shorter periods and those persons who are employed under special contractual arrangements.

HRN: 2012 Human Resources Statistics - Charted 15.06.2016

This page presents a selection of charts on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system.

HRN: Definition of Staff Categories 15.06.2016

Staff are defined as (1) all persons participating in the UN Joint Staff Pension Fund (UNJSPF) in accordance with article 21 of the Pension Fund Regulations (i.e. six month contract or employment) and (2) all "staff members" according to common system definitions (i.e. persons with a contract or employment of one year or more), whether or not they are Pension Fund participants.

HRN: Employment of Persons with Disability in the UN Workplace 15.06.2016

Policies and practices on employment of persons with disability in the UN workplace

HRN: Leave Entitlements 15.06.2016
HRN: UN Care Newsletter 15.06.2016

UN Cares is the UN system-wide workplace programme on HIV. At present approximately 1.4% of UN staff, about 1,400 people, are HIV positive, many more have family members and friends living with HIV, and others have died from AIDS-related causes. UN Cares seeks to provide “universal access” to a comprehensive range of benefits, called the 10 Minimum Standards, for all UN personnel and their families.

HRN: Compensation and Benefits Community of Practice 15.06.2016

Addresses the design of compensation and benefits system determines how pay is administered and managed.

HRN: Staff development and training 15.06.2016

A career may be defined as a series or progression of work assignments within or outside the United Nations system coupled with a continuing acquisition of skills and experience. It encompasses the notion of a widening of competencies and responsibilities, either in one or several professions. It normally involves several lateral or vertical moves. Career management is the process by which a staff member is empowered, with the support of the organization, to plan, organize and pursue a career in an enabling environment.

HRN: 2009 Interpreters' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Performance management 15.06.2016

Performance management is an integrated system, including organizational design, work planning, assessments and feedback designed to maximize performance at the individual, team, unit and organizational level to motivate and to develop staff. Award and recognition systems form part of this system. They provide for monetary and non-monetary awards in recognition of meritorious performance and other noteworthy accomplishments. (ICSC “A Framework for Human Resources Management”, 2001).Access to the contents of this folder is for registered members only.

HRN: Interpreters' Rates 15.06.2016

Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters

HRN: Pay for Performance 15.06.2016

Pay for performance, sometimes abbreviated "P4P", is a motivation concept in human resources, in which employees receive increased compensation for their work if their team, department or company reaches certain targets. This reward method is applied mostly to the private sector, indeed as of 2005, 75 percent of all U.S. companies connect at least part of an employee's pay to measures of performance. This Community of Practice is aimed to give a broader vision of the concept trough literature reviews, organizations practical methods and working groups’ reports.

HRN: Mobility 15.06.2016

The concept of mobility includes movements within and across organizations, occupations and geographical locations. For the purpose of this framework, an important aspect of mobility is the movement of staff between agencies within the common system. Mobility increases staff versatility, provides additional career opportunities and encourages the concept of developing a career in the United Nations family. It strengthens the organizations’ capacity to respond to changing needs.

HRN: Gender Community of Practice 15.06.2016

The Gender Community of Practice includes policies and practices of UN system organizations. Its objectives are: to raise the level of awareness of the gender issues; share the experience with the use of gender policies in each organization; consider the implementation of such policies adopted by agencies and bridge the perceived separation between the policy level per se and its value for the successful implementation of programmatic mandates.

HRN: 2012 Translators' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Disability Community of Practice 15.06.2016
HRN: Staff well-being 15.06.2016

An enabling work environment will result in staff well-being. It encompasses staff security; occupational, environmental, health and safety standards; medical services; and work/life programmes. Security policy involves the physical and psychological safety of staff and takes precedence over organizational expediency. Accordingly, organizations should remind Members States of their obligations to ensure the protection of staff at duty station. (ICSC “A Framework for Human Resources Management”, 2001).

HRN: 2010 Translators' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Staff Management Relations 15.06.2016
HRN: 2008 Translators' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Conditions of service at Non-Family Duty Stations 15.06.2016
HRN: 2012 Interpreters' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Employment Community of Practice 15.06.2016

The employment area is divided into three main sectors: recruitment, placement and retention; contractual agreements; and staff well-being. The aim of this Community of Practice is to give broader information about the three sectors.

HRN: 2010 Interpreters' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Performance Management literature, research, and other documentary references 15.06.2016

This folder contains articles and research papers and it is meant to provide additional material on "Performance Management". It does not reflect the views of the CEB Secretariat but it is provided for information only.

HRN: 2008 Interpreters' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Pay for Performance literature, research, and other documentary references 15.06.2016

This folder contains articles and research papers and it is meant to provide additional material on "Pay for Performance".It does not reflect the views of the CEB Secretariat but it is provided for information only.

HRN: HR Policy Statements 15.06.2016

System-wide human resources policy statements developed and agreed by the members of the HR Network.

HRN: Dual Career & Staff Mobility 15.06.2016

Over the past 60 years, the need for a multi-skilled, versatile and mobile staff has been repeatedly expressed across the UN system. Most recently, the CEB has agreed an Inter-Agency Mobility Accord (2005). Dual careers in families is one of the large hindrances for staff mobility as many staff members have to satisfy two sets of career development needs when accepting a post in a new location. The Dual Career and Staff Mobility programme assists spouses in finding employment, obtaining work permits and settling into a new location.

HRN: Career Management Community of Practice 15.06.2016

The career management Community of Practice is composed of four main areas: staff development and training; mobility; performance management; and pay for performance.Access to the contents of this folder is for registered members only.

HRN: UN Cares 15.06.2016

The UN Cares programme aims at increasing the capacity of the UN system to respond to HIV and AIDS at the workplace in order to mitigate the impact of the epidemic on UN personnel, their families and the organization as whole. The scope of the programme is in line with global good practice on HIV in the workplace by ensuring that all UN system personnel and their families benefit from an agreed package of measures, from information to insurance coverage.

HRN: United Nations Dual Carrer and Staff Mobility Programme 15.06.2016
HRN: 2011 Translators' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Recruitment, placement and retention 15.06.2016

Recruitment /placement is the starting point of an organization’s overall employment policy. It covers both hiring new talents and reassigning serving staff, including those on inter-agency transfer, secondment or loan. Retention addresses the conditions which enable staff members to continue to serve. (ICSC “A Framework for Human Resources Management”, 2001).

HRN: 2009 Translators' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Reform of General Service/Job Classification 15.06.2016
HRN: Translators' Rates 15.06.2016

Salary Levels and Revised cost-of-living (COL) supplements for Free-Lance Translators

HRN: Contractual arrangements 15.06.2016

Contractual arrangements covering all types of appointments are the tools used by organizations to employ staff on a short-, medium- and long-term basis. (ICSC “A Framework for Human Resources Management”, 2001).

HRN: 2011 Interpreters' Rates 15.06.2016
HRN: Statements to ICSC 15.06.2016

Formal statements by the Human Resources Network to matters on the agenda for discussion at the International Civil Service Commission.

HRN: HR Network Resources 16.04.2012
HRN: 2010 15.06.2016
HRN: 2009 15.06.2016
HRN: 2008 15.06.2016

The Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) are not reported in this year's statistics

HRN: 2006 15.06.2016

The overall number of staff members increased by around 12,000 people among which 10,000 only in the UN secretariat

HRN: 2004 15.06.2016

The percentage of staff members working in project increased by 4 point percentage, and the overall number of staff members by 2,000 people.

HRN: 2007 15.06.2016

The overall number of staff members increased by around 6,000 people

HRN: 2005 15.06.2016

The percentage of staff members working in project decreased from 14 % of the total to 6%

HRN: 2003 15.06.2016
HRN: 1999 15.06.2016
HRN: 2002 15.06.2016
HRN: 2000 15.06.2016
HRN: 1998 15.06.2016
HRN: 2001 15.06.2016
HRN: 1997 15.06.2016
HRN: HR Statistics - 10 year comparison(1997-2007) 02.02.2012

In the decade (1997-2007) several major changes occurred in the UN Common System:

HRN: UN System Human Resources Statistics Reports 15.06.2016

This page presents the annual statistical reports on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is provided separately.

HRN: HR Statistics - Tables 22.04.2012

Personnel Statistics Matrix

This presents an access to the tables across the years.

HRN: Agreement concerning conditions of employment of short-term translators, revisers, editors and précis-writers 15.06.2016

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HRN: Inter-organization agreement concerning transfer, secondment or loan of staff 15.06.2016

Inter-organization agreement concerning transfer, secondment or loan of staff among the organizations applying the United Nations common system or salaries and allowances

The Inter-organization agreement has been replaced by the Inter-Organization Mobility Accord which will become available on this page in the near future.

Should you wish to receive a copy of, or more information on the new Accord, please do not hesitate to contact the CEB Secretariat in Geneva

 

HRN: Definitions of dependants 15.06.2016

[Effective 1 January 1981, approved by CCAQ at its 53rd session,
July 1980, ACC/1980/17, paras. 70-71]

Definition of dependent spouse

HRN: Annex I - List of Meetings 15.06.2016

 

 

 

 

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HRN: Agreement concerning conditions of employment of short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

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HRN: Emergency preparedness 15.06.2016
HRN: Information and communications technologies (ICT) 15.06.2016
HRN: Other management questions 15.06.2016

(1)      At its 82nd session (February 1995), participants in CCAQ(FB) exchanged information on organizations' experience in introducing time reporting systems by function for Professional staff. It also decided to set up at its next session a work programme for future discussions, on a regular basis, of management subjects (ACC/1995/6, paras. 46 and 47).

HRN: Standardization of forms 15.06.2016

(1)     A special meeting of CCAQ in September 1969 (CO-ORDINATION/R.762, paras. 20-26) agreed that an expert on forms design should be employed for an initial period of one to two months to assess the possibilities of standardizing forms used for:

     (a)     Fellowship applications

     (b)     Personal history

     (c)     Government requests for technical assistance

     (d)     Travel authorizations and travel claims.

HRN: Conference planning and conference services 15.06.2016

(1)     With a view to arriving at common standards, the Committee at its 8th session (February 1950: CC/A.8/SR.7; CO-ORDINATION-PREP/R.176, item B.1), after discussing existing practices of the organizations, reached some agreements in principle in regard to: establishment of dates; secretaries of meetings; conference officer; transportation arrangements for delegates, representatives, etc.; hotel accommodation; distribution of documents; interpretation; summary and verbatim records and sound recording.

HRN: Organization and methods 15.06.2016

(1)     Organization of Administrative and Financial Services. At its 8th session (February 1950: CO-ORDINATION-PREP/R.176, item B.2) CCAQ considered a working paper on this subject (CC/A.8/5).

HRN: Personnel statistics 15.06.2016

(1)     By correspondence and through consultations held at the time of the 22nd session of ICSAB (in 1974), CCAQ agreed to the establishment in the International Computing Centre (ICC) of a CCAQ personnel data file comprising nineteen items of basic information regarding each staff member on the rolls as at 31 December of each year. The data would be supplied by each organization either in the form of a magnetic tape extract of the organization's own EDP personnel file or by code sheets for organizations not having computerized records.

HRN: Arrangements for the protection of personnel and property 15.06.2016
HRN: Housing difficulties of staff (including rental subsidy) 15.06.2016
HRN: Management - staff relations 15.06.2016

(1)     At the 13th session (September 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.132, Section B.1) FICSA requested that it be consulted on matters affecting conditions of employment of international staff. The Committee refused the request, feeling that it would not be appropriate to accord right of participation or observer status to the Federation. The majority of the Committee, however, felt that, subject to a decision by the Committee in each individual case, the Federation should be allowed to submit written statements or be granted a hearing before it.

HRN: Administrative tribunals 15.06.2016

(1)     The draft statute and the attitude of the agencies towards use of the UN Administrative Tribunal were discussed at the 6th and 11th sessions (July 1949 and 1951: CC/A.6/Rev.1, CC/A.11/SR.4/Add.1, CO-ORDINATION-PREP/133, CO-ORDINATION/R.93). There is a separate, and older, ILO Tribunal, which is used (except for pension matters) by ILO, WHO, FAO, UNESCO, ITU, WMO, UPU, WIPO, IFAD, GATT and IAEA, as well as by CERN and several other non-UN organizations.

HRN: Staff regulations - common pattern 15.06.2016

(1)     At its 3rd and 4th sessions (October 1948 and January 1949: CO-ORDINATION-PREP/87 and 98) CCAQ discussed certain questions affecting the development of a common pattern of staff regulations. At the 9th session (July 1950: CC/A.9/CO-ORDINATION/R.83) it discussed draft common staff regulations. Subject to some changes, the Committee agreed to submit this to ACC, it being understood that the agreement did not affect the constitutional position relating to the competence of each agency to approve and amend its own staff regulations.

HRN: Other conditions 15.06.2016

(1)     At the 20th session (1959: CO-ORDINATION/R.295, paras. 28-46) as a step towards the unification of conditions of service for short-term staff in Europe (i.e. staff engaged for less than one year) the Committee, with UNESCO reserving its position, adopted policies intended to cover conference and language staff recruited for service in Europe. The organizations were free to apply these policies also to other short-term staff.

HRN: Salaries and allowances 15.06.2016

(1)     At the first part of its 16th session (April 1955: CO-ORDINATION/R.193/Rev.1, paras. 52-54) CCAQ expressed concern at the lack of uniformity in rates among agencies. The Committee decided that a working party should consider principles for the establishment of non-local rates of pay for temporary language staff and the adequacy of present rates in the European area.

HRN: OPAS/OPEX arrangements 15.06.2016

Introductory note. In the early years of the Expanded Programme of Technical Assistance (EPTA), administrative questions relating to technical assistance programmes or staff were dealt with by the Technical Assistance Board (TAB). Since these questions were often identical with or similar to questions affecting the regular staff and regular programmes, CCAQ at its 11th session (1951: CO-ORDINATION/R.93) decided to review annually the main administrative decisions of TAB.

HRN: Use of volunteer technical personnel 15.06.2016

(1) At the 23rd session (1962: CO-ORDINATION/R.391, paras. 86-87) CCAQ recorded that a special working group in New York had drawn up a text concerning agreement with Governments for use of volunteer technical personnel. This was endorsed by CCAQ and forwarded to ACC (see CO-ORDINATION/CC.23/34).

HRN: Fellowship stipends 15.06.2016

(1) At the 15th session (1954: CO-ORDINATION/R.162, para. 44) CCAQ, with UNESCO reserving its position, decided to recommend that TAB should establish stipend rates in local currency amounts and not in United States dollar equivalents. It also agreed to advise TAB that the same stipend rates should apply for fellows and scholars, whether paid from the regular funds of the organization or from funds provided under the Expanded Programme.

HRN: Fellows and scholars 15.06.2016

(1) At the 21st session, CCAQ confirmed (1960: CO-ORDINATION/R.325, para. 79) that organizations did not recognize liability to third parties for damage to property or persons resulting from actions of fellowship holders in the course of on-the-job training or otherwise.

HRN: Employment of local personnel 15.06.2016
HRN: Employment of Associate Experts/Junior Professional Officers/Associate Professional Officers 15.06.2016

(1) At its 62nd session (March 1985: ACC/1985/6, paras. 107-111), CCAQ reviewed certain issues which had arisen in connection with the conditions of service of staff employed for a fixed-term on the basis of a reimbursable agreement with donor governments, referred to by organizations variously as associate experts, junior professional officers or associate professional officers.

HRN: Standards of conduct 15.06.2016

(1) At the 37th session (March 1973: CO-ORDINATION/R.984, para. 91) CCAQ discussed policy with respect to patents on inventions developed by staff members as part of their official duties. Few organizations had had much experience of the problem but their policy in general was that any work developed should be made freely available to Member States.

HRN: Security and independence of the international civil service 15.06.2016

(1) At its 52nd session (Part I, January-February 1980: ACC/1980/4, paras. 73-75), CCAQ considered the question of enhancing the security of staff members, noting with concern recent incidents of arrest and detention of staff. It considered that a standard set of procedures for reporting the arrest or detention of a staff member, such as those of the UN, would be helpful, even if, in some cases, agencies were able to resolve situations of this kind on their own.

HRN: Classification of duty stations according to conditions of life and work - hazard pay - mobility and hardship allowance 15.06.2016

(1)     At its 51st session (August 1979: ACC/1979/R.55, para. 19), CCAQ agreed to collaborate with ICSC in its projected study of criteria for the classification of duty stations according to living conditions in them.

(2)     At its 11th session (March 1980), ICSC established a questionnaire designed to elicit information from duty stations as regards the factors of health, climate, education, housing, isolation and local conditions (A/35/30, para. 215).

HRN: General 15.06.2016

Introductory note. This chapter deals with the overall subject of conditions of service of staff assigned to field duty stations, and with the scheme for the classification of duty stations according to conditions of life and work. Other aspects of conditions of service in the field are covered under the relevant subject headings e.g. medical examinations (section 8.1), medical evacuation (section 4.3, para. (29)), security arrangements (section 11.2), housing (section 14.4), etc.

HRN: Classification and grading of posts 15.06.2016

(1) At the 1st and 2nd sessions (1948: CO-ORDINATION-PREP/16, para. 2; CC/A.1/2/Rev.1; CC/A.2/6/Rev.1) there was an exchange of information on the classification and salary plans in the agencies. At the 13th session (September 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.132, para. 59) the Committee requested FAO to prepare a statement of the classification methods followed by agencies and analyse the main differences.

HRN: Recruitment (including status of women) 15.06.2016

(1) At its 13th session (September 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.132, para. 58) CCAQ discussed the recruitment of technical assistance experts in the higher age-groups who were not quite fit medically.

(2) At the second part of the 22nd session (July 1961: CO-ORDINATION/R.373, paras. 10-11) the Committee discussed difficulties of recruiting experts and agreed that Staff Office should prepare the draft of a report, which, after clearance by correspondence, could be submitted to ACC.

HRN: Appointment, probation and promotion Appointment, probation and promotion 15.06.2016

State: Public Add to folder Actions View Edit Properties Sharing GEO Location Versions Ownership Configure Setup Invite Recycle Register Assign Members Groups Updates Analytics Inventory Test Log Hide Menu You are here: UN System Chief Executives Board Publications Management Handbook Human Resources Patterns Of Employment Appointment, probation and promotion Appointment, probation and promotion Introductory note : All organizations have in their constitutions a provision on the lines of Article 101 of the Charter of the United Nations, which says, inter alia: "The paramount consideration i

HRN: Termination 15.06.2016

(1) At its 13th session (September 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.132, paras. 23-52) CCAQ adopted guiding principles concerning the application of certain staff rules. These are set out in paragraphs 25-52 of section IX of R.132 and relate, inter alia, to notice of termination of appointment (para. 29); terminations occasioned by reduction in force, unsatisfactory service and disability; non-renewal of a fixed-term appointment.

HRN: Staff training and development 15.06.2016

[See also report by ICSAB on this subject - CO-ORDINATION/CIVIL SERVICE/4 (1952)].

(1) At the 20th session (April 1959: CO-ORDINATION/R.295, paras. 73 and 74) CCAQ considered a suggestion for the introduction of a common basic training programme for persons entering the international civil service. It was doubtful about the effectiveness of such a programme, though some members thought that an experiment might be considered for P-1 and P-2 administrative staff. The Committee asked UNESCO to prepare a study on common training possibilities for submission to the next session.

HRN: Inter-organization transfer, loan and secondment of staff 15.06.2016

(1) At its 6th session (July 1949: CC/A.6/SR.1/Rev.1 and CO-ORDINATION-PREP/133) the Committee discussed the conditions in which transfers of staff between agencies should be made.

(2) At the 12th and 15th sessions (April 1952 and 1954: CO-ORDINATION/R.124 and R.162) the Committee considered certain questions arising out of the 1949 Transfer Agreement.

HRN: Staff mobility 15.06.2016
HRN: Contractual arrangements for non-career staff employed for limited periods of time 15.06.2016

(1) Following discussion of a secretariat document on the conditions of employment of short-term staff, contractors, etc., CCAQ at its 72nd session (February-March 1990: ACC/1990/4, paras. 103-106) agreed to complete a glossary and definitions of the terms used by the organizations in connection with such staff. The glossary would be submitted to a small task force established to review traditional contractual arrangements which had been found too inflexible. ICSC welcomed these decisions (A/45/30, paras. 164-169. See also ACC/1990/10, paras. 14-16).

HRN: Work/family issues 15.06.2016

Introductory note. The importance of facilitating reconciliation of work and family responsibilities for both genders has become a matter of growing interest, both in the public and private sectors, if employers are to attract and retain the highest quality workforce. Only good conditions of work for all employees, which enable women and men to reconcile their occupational and family obligations, will ensure implementation of the principle of equality of treatment.

HRN: Medical care and medical facilities 15.06.2016

(1)     At the first part of the 22nd session (January and March 1961: CO-ORDINATION/R.351, para.bn27) CCAQ agreed that in emergency circumstances at any duty station where medical treatment could not be obtained locally organizations might pay travel costs of staff to the nearest point where adequate treatment could be obtained. Normally, however, this would be confined to:

isolated areas where there were no medical facilities whatever, and

HRN: Health insurance 15.06.2016

(1)     At the 12th session (April 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.124) CCAQ, having been consulted by TAB, recommended that medical and hospitalization expenses of fellows and scholars should be covered to the extent of $ 1,000 through compulsory insurance under a joint policy; WHO undertook to work out a scheme.

HRN: Medical standards and medical examinations 15.06.2016
HRN: Liabilities towards UNDP-financed experts 15.06.2016

(1) At its 58th session (March 1983) CCAQ(FB) noted information collected by IAPSU on recent experience in the organizations with regard to compensation for service-incurred injury, illness or death of staff financed by UNDP, as well as suggestions by UNDP on funding compensation payments for such staff. As most organizations had commercial insurance policies to cover compensation payments, IAPSU was requested to obtain quotations for a common policy, which could cover staff financed from sources of funds other than UNDP if this was desired by individual organizations (ACC/1983/11, paras.

HRN: Liabilities towards fellows 15.06.2016

(1) At its 55th session, the Committee considered the question of insurance coverage of fellowship holders. Before taking a definitive decision, the Committee decided to entrust to UN and UNESCO further research into practical arrangements (ACC/1981/31, paras. 121-123). CCAQ reverted to this matter at its 56th session (March 1982) on the basis of a report by UN and UNESCO (ACC/1982/PER/16), which provided a description of the main features of an insurance policy for fellows.

HRN: Liabilities towards members of committees and commissions 15.06.2016

(1) At the 14th and 16th (first part) sessions (April 1953 and April 1955: CO-ORDINATION/R.142, para. 89, and R.193/Rev.1, para. 57) CCAQ discussed the varying degrees of liability assumed for service-incurred death and disability of members of commissions and committees. The Committee requested the Secretary to arrange for a compilation of comparative practices in the various agencies. This was reviewed at the second part of the 17th session (April 1956: CO-ORDINATION/R.224), para.

HRN: Compensation for staff and dependants 15.06.2016

(1) At its 9th session (July 1950: CC/A.9/SR.1; CO-ORDINATION/R.83) the Committee adopted a provisional scale of benefits to serve as a basis for financial studies and a programme for future work. It also approved a provisional scale of benefits applicable to technical assistance experts. The matter was further discussed at the 11th session (1951: CC/A.11/SR.9; CO-ORDINATION/R.93).

HRN: Other pension matters 15.06.2016

(1) At its 11th session (1951: CC/A.11/SR.11; CO-ORDINATION/R.93) CCAQ discussed payment of Pension Fund contributions for validation of past service of transferees; currencies available to member organizations for payment of contributions to the Fund; and entitlement under the Fund of participants in leave-without-pay status.

HRN: Termination on health grounds in relation to disability benefits 15.06.2016
HRN: Retirement age - age of mandatory separation 15.06.2016

Statutory age of retirement is the age at which staff members can retire with the full retirement benefits they have acquired according to the Regulations and Rules of the UNJSPF. It is at present (January 1992) age 60 for all participants in the Fund at 31 December 1989 and age 62 for all those entering or re-entering after that date (article 28a). Age of mandatory separation is the age at which staff members shall not be retained in active service, unless otherwise decided by the executive head.

HRN: Position of associate experts and of OPEX personnel 15.06.2016

(1) As result of changes in JSPF regulations associate experts employed after 1 January 1967 were, if they entered JSPF, full participants in respect of whom an employer's contribution of 14 per cent was payable. Certain governments which provided associate experts were unwilling to bear a charge of this magnitude. At its 29th session (March 1968: CO-ORDINATION/R.669, paras.

HRN: Pensionable remuneration 15.06.2016
HRN: Participation - validation of prior service 15.06.2016

(1) At its 12th session (April 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.124) CCAQ advised TAB to continue to exclude from the Pension Fund experts with contracts of less than three years. At its 14th session (1953: CO-ORDINATION/R.142) the Committee reiterated that, for reasons stated in para. 97 of its report, experts in "project" posts should continue to be excluded from the Fund, at least where length of contract or continuous service was less than three years. At the first part of the 16th session (April 1955: CO-ORDINATION/R.193/Add.1/Rev.1, paras.

HRN: Termination indemnities 15.06.2016

(1) At the 14th session (April 1953: CO-ORDINATION/R.142, paras. 31-36) CCAQ agreed that, while it would be prudent for ILO to retain the provisions of its staff regulations regarding payments in annual instalments of termination indemnities, the Committee should defer to the next session a further discussion on the possibility of recommending that all organizations to accept such a method for application in the case of a major emergency involving large-scale reduction of staff.

HRN: Service benefit 15.06.2016

Introductory note. Service benefit was introduced as part of the effort to reconcile conditions of service in regular and "field" programmes - see Chapter XIII of the report of the Salary Review Committee (A/3209). Under the conditions approved by the UN General Assembly the recipient of service benefit would not be eligible for repatriation grant, nor would he be a full participant in the Pension Fund - he would be an associate participant, covered for death and disability benefit, but not for retirement benefit.

HRN: Group life insurance 15.06.2016

Introductory note. Several organizations have developed a group insurance, accessible to their staff, which covers the risk of death or invalidity. The insurance premium is normally paid in full by the staff member and is generally subtracted from his salary each month by the organization, which sends it to the insurance company. The organization limits its action to the negotiation and administration of these group insurances.

HRN: Lump-sum payment in case of death - death grant 15.06.2016

(1)     At its 19th session (March 1958: CO-ORDINATION/R.264, paras. 28-29) CCAQ agreed a schedule of lump-sum benefits to be paid in the event of the death in service of an official with a long-term contract who left a dependent spouse or child. The amounts were set out in paragraph 28 of CO-ORDINATION/R.264 and were to be reviewed if and when the average of survivor's benefits paid by the Joint Staff Pension Fund reached a more adequate level.

HRN: Repatriation Grant 15.06.2016

(1) At the 12th session (April 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.124), in order to provide a basis for uniformity in administration of the repatriation grant, the Committee worked out a series of principles enumerated on pages 6-9 of CO-ORDINATION/R.124. At the 13th session (September 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.132, paras. 23-25) the Committee made certain further proposals on the subject.

HRN: Determination of level of separation payments 15.06.2016

Introductory note. Benefits payable on separation from service include mainly so-called "separation payments", i.e. repatriation grant, commutation of accrued annual leave, death grant and termination indemnities under rules set by the General Assembly, in particular, decision 36/459 of 1981 and resolution 39/69 of 1984. The term "separation payments" has been used by the General Assembly since 1981. Earlier decisions make reference to "terminal payments" (e.g. resolution 31/141 of 1976).

HRN: Arrangements with travel agencies 15.06.2016

(1) At its 12th session (April 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.124, para. 15) CCAQ decided not to pursue the question whether the organizations might obtain a special status with air lines which would enable them to receive "travel agents' commission" on fares. At its 13th and 16th sessions (first part) (September 1952 and April 1955: CO-ORDINATION/R.132 and R.193/Rev. 1) the Committee noted the satisfactory experience of a number of organizations whose travel arrangements were made by travel agencies under contract. (2) At its 26th session (March 1965: CO-ORDINATION/R.488, para.

HRN: Travel rules and standards of accommodation on aircraft etc. 15.06.2016

(1)     At its 13th session (September 1952: CO-ORDINATION/R.132) CCAQ adopted certain guiding principles to secure uniformity in many conditions of travel and removal.

HRN: Rates of subsistence allowance (per diem) 15.06.2016

(1)     At the 8th session (February 1950: CC/A.8/SR.8; CO-ORDINATION-PREP/R.176) CCAQ reached agreement (subject to confirmation by correspondence) on: subsistence rates; application of reductions during travel by train, plane and ship; and local rates during stopovers. UN was to be the central co-ordinating office for collection and analysis of data. It would recommend rates after consultation with all agencies concerned, and notify the effective date of application when agreement had been reached.

HRN: Removal of effects (including baggage entitlements) 15.06.2016

(1)     At the first part of its 21st session (April 1960: CO-ORDINATION/R.325, Annex I) CCAQ agreed that General Service staff were eligible for removal of household effects if they were also eligible for home leave.

HRN: Installation allowance - pre-departure expenses 15.06.2016
HRN: Hours of work and public holidays 15.06.2016

(1) At a special session in July 1972 (CO-ORDINATION/R.947, para. 10), CCAQ discussed a proposal that in accordance with General Assembly resolution 2782 (XXXVI) 24 October (UN Day) should be an additional public holiday. It felt that while there might be no objection to the substitution of UN day for another public holiday, it would not be advisable to make it an additional day unless a considerable number of Member States did so. It noted that some organizations had 8 public holidays, some 9 and others 10. It agreed that 10 should not be exceeded.

HRN: Rest and recuperation travel 15.06.2016

(1)     From 1968 to 1981, provisions existed whereby staff members in certain field duty stations where conditions were such that action to obtain relief was warranted, were entitled to rest and recuperation travel to designated leave centres, in years during which they were not entitled to home leave. These provisions were defined by CCAQ until ICSC introduced a scheme for the classification of duty stations according to conditions of life and work in 1980 (see section 10.2).

HRN: Annual and special leave 15.06.2016

(1) At its 11th session (April 1951: CCA/A.11/SR.7, 10 and 11; CO-ORDINATION/R.93) CCAQ decided the policy to be followed in principle in dealing with staff called for military service.

(2) At the 18th session (March 1957: CO-ORDINATION/R.245, para. 23) CCAQ noted a proposal of UN concerning the administration of annual leave rules in resignation cases; this had a useful bearing on the problem of ensuring equality of treatment between staff members who gave notice of resignation and those who did not. (

HRN: Maternity Leave 15.06.2016

(1) At the 35th session (March 1972: CO-ORDINATION/R.931, para. 41) CCAQ agreed that a staff member entitled to maternity leave may, at her option, take a minimum of four weeks' maternity leave prior to confinement and the balance of the entitlement after confinement instead of the normal six weeks before and six weeks after confinement.

HRN: Sick Leave 15.06.2016

(1) At the first part of the 21st session (April 1960: CO-ORDINATION/R.325, Annex I) CCAQ recorded that sick leave for General Service staff should be on the same basis as for Professionals.

HRN: Home leave and Annual Visits to Family/Family Visit Travel 15.06.2016
HRN: Review of pay and benefits system 15.06.2016

(1)     At its 92nd session (March 2000: ACC/2000/5, para. 8) CCAQ confirmed the importance it attached to the overhaul of the pay and benefits system and the underlying job classification system as a key area in human resources management reform. CCAQ expressed its appreciation to the ICSC secretariat for presenting a number of issues for discussion (ICSC/51/R.10) which it considered to be the first stage of a broader long-term process.

HRN: Long-service awards; recognition of merit; performance appraisal 15.06.2016

Introductory note. This section covers the following issues: (i) long-service awards or steps; (ii) merit increments and other forms of merit recognition and (iii) performance appraisal.

HRN: Computation of entitlements 15.06.2016

(l) At the 24th session (March 1963: CO-ORDINATION/R.430, para. 27 and Appendix D) CCAQ agreed that any non-resident's allowance and language allowance should be added to the base pay, to arrive at the total take-home pay, before fixing the appropriate step in the Professional grade in the case of promotion from the General Service to the Professional category.

HRN: Assignment allowance 15.06.2016

Introductory note. Assignment allowance was introduced on the recommendation of the Salary Review Committee (1956) (see UN document A/3209, para. 286), following proposals of the organizations for reconciling divergent conditions of service in different programmes.

HRN: Special post allowance (acting salary) 15.06.2016

Introductory note. The staff regulations or rules of most if not all organizations provide that a staff member may be required to carry out temporarily, without extra remuneration, the duties of posts of a higher grade than his own. If, however, he carries out such duties for a specified time (or in some cases if the higher level duties are performed in field areas) additional pay is granted. This is generally known as special post allowance, or sometimes as acting pay. CCAQ has discussed this allowance as follows:

HRN: Education Grant 15.06.2016

Introductory note. On 13 February 1946, UN General Assembly resolved (on the recommendation of the Preparatory Commission) that an education grant should be payable to expatriate officials who sent their children back to their home country to school.

HRN: Language allowance and compensation for language requirements 15.06.2016

(l) At the l5th session (April l954: CO-ORDINATION/R.l62) CCAQ agreed that FAO could grant language allowance at Rome to staff members for the Italian language on a "proficiency-plus-use" basis, where the staff member was recruited for work in one of the official languages.

(2) At the first part of the 21st session (April l960: CO-ORDINATION/R.325, paras. 32-38) the Committee reviewed existing practices and reaffirmed that:

HRN: Definition of dependants 15.06.2016

[See also Annex II.]

(1)     At the 14th session (April 1953: CO-ORDINATION/R.142, paras. 47-50) CCAQ considered that because dependants were recognized by the organizations for a number of different administrative purposes and under varying definitions, a standard definition of dependants could not be made for all the different purposes.

HRN: Dependency allowances 15.06.2016

Introductory note.(For the definition of dependency, see section 2.8 and Annex II).

HRN: Non-resident's allowance 15.06.2016

Introductory note. This allowance was introduced on the recommendation of the 1949 Committee of Experts (Flemming Committee). The relevant resolution of UN General Assembly (resolution 470(V)) gave the Secretary-General authority to "where he deems it appropriate, establish rules and salary limits for payment of a non-resident's allowance to General Service staff members recruited from outside the local area".

HRN: Post adjustments 15.06.2016

Introductory note. Before 1 January 1957, "salary differentials" served the same purpose as post adjustments; the latter are sometimes referred to as "duty-station adjustments".

(1) A special CCAQ session was held in March 1957 (CO-ORDINATION/R.244) at which agreement was reached as regards the new system of post adjustments, which replaced the old "differentials" system, on guiding principles and procedure for fixing and altering post adjustments. The agreement, which forms Annex I to the above document, dealt with:

HRN: Base salary scales for General Service and related categories 15.06.2016

Preliminary remark : CCAQ has on several occasions attempted to deal with General Service entitlements to salaries and allowances in bulk - i.e. it has considered entitlement to a particular allowance not in the context of that allowance for Professional staff but in the context of all other allowances for General Service staff. In this edition of the Handbook, as in the previous one, each entitlement is treated in the context of the specific allowance concerned.

HRN: Base salary scales for Professional and higher categories 15.06.2016

(l)     On general developments, see introductory note to this chapter.

(2)     For reference purposes, a summary is given below of the evolution of salary scales and post adjustments for the Professional and higher categories:

Year

 

Reference

1.1.1951

Main lines of salary system established

470(V)

HRN: Staff assessment scheme 15.06.2016

Introductory note.The main lines of the existing system of salaries and allowances were established as the result of a 1949 enquiry by a Committee of Experts (the Flemming Committee) set up under the auspices of ACC, after consultation between the UN Secretary-General and the UN Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ).

HRN: Reports of the Consultative Committee on Personnel Questions CCAQ(PER) 23.02.2017

The CCAQ(PER) was the central forum in which the organizations of the UN common system developed and reviewed major policy issues in human resources and general administration. It developed policy statements adopted by ACC on human resource management reform, improving the status of women, work/family issues, and combating sexual harassment in the workplace.

HRN: Annexes 15.06.2016
HRN: List of Meetings 15.06.2016
HRN: Management Questions 15.06.2016
HRN: Other Personnel Matters 15.06.2016
HRN: Conditions of Service of Short-Term Conference Staff 15.06.2016
HRN: Matters Relating Specifically to Technical Assistance Programmes 15.06.2016
HRN: Duties, Obligations and Privileges of Staff Members 15.06.2016
HRN: Conditions Of Service In The Field 15.06.2016
HRN: Patterns Of Employment 15.06.2016
HRN: Medical Standards, Insurance, Care 15.06.2016
HRN: Compensation For Service-Incurred Death, Injury Or Illness 15.06.2016
HRN: United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund 15.06.2016
HRN: Benefits Payable on Separation from Service 15.06.2016
HRN: Travel and Subsistence, Transfer of Duty Station, Removal and Installation 15.06.2016
HRN: Leave and working hours 15.06.2016
HRN: International Civil Service Advisory Board 15.06.2016

(1) The origin of ICSAB lies in a resolution of UN General Assembly on 13 February 1946 (GA/RES/13(I) Section III) calling for the establishment of an "International Civil Service Commission" with advisory functions. Following further discussions in committees of the General Assembly, of the Economic and Social Council, and in ACC, ACC established the Board, with nine members, appointed by ACC, and with terms of reference related chiefly to questions of recruitment and certain matters of personnel administration.

HRN: ACC action on CCAQ reports 15.06.2016

(1) As stated in section l.2, para. (3), CCAQ recommendations normally require ACC approval if they concern matters of policy or principle. The regular published reports of ACC are made to the Economic and Social Council. Since the Council is not normally concerned with administrative matters, the ACC reports before l963 frequently contained no indication that ACC had approved those CCAQ recommendations which required its approval. At the second part of the 22nd session (July 1961: CO-ORDINATION/R.373, para. 33) FAO reported difficulties as a result of this fact.

HRN: Salaries and Allowances 15.06.2016
HRN: The Constitutional Background 15.06.2016

(1) The Charter of the United Nations was signed in San Francisco on 26 June 1945 and entered into force on 24 October 1945.

(2) Article 57 says:

"l. The various specialized agencies, established by intergovernmental agreement and having wide international responsibilities, as defined in their basic instruments, in economic, social, cultural, educational, health, and related fields, shall be brought into relationship with the United Nations in accordance with the provisions of Article 63.

HRN: Human Resources Handbook 15.06.2016

The Human Resources Handbook summarizes the discussions and agreements reached in sessions of the Human Resources Network and its predecessor CCAQ (Consultative Committee on Administrative Questions) as well as in the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC). It explains the chronological changes made in the different substantive areas, and sets out the rationale for such changes. Each chapter includes specific references to documents which provide additional detail. The chapters are organized by subject.

HRN: Reports of the Human Resources Network 15.06.2016

The Human Resources Network Report provides a summary of the twice yearly meetings of the network.  The report contains the list of participants, the issues under consideration by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) and decisions taken, and updates on the activities of the working groups.

Documents tagged with Human Resources Network

Date published

HRN: Report of the 37th Session (4 – 6 July 2018, UN Volunteers, Bonn) 20.09.2018

The Human Resources Network held its 37th session from 04-06 July 2018, hosted by UN Volunteers in Bonn. The meeting was co-chaired by Ms. Martha Helena Lopez, Assistant Secretary-General, Human Resources, UN Secretariat, Ms. Eva Mennel, Director, Human Resources, UNICEF and Ms. Cornelia Moussa, Director, Human Resources, WIPO.

Document reference: CEB/2018/HLCM/HR/9
HRN: Report of the 36th Session (23 – 25 January 2018, UN Volunteers, Bonn) 22.06.2018

The Human Resources Network held its 36th session from 23-25 January 2018, hosted by UN Volunteers in Bonn. The meeting was co-chaired by Ms. Martha Helena Lopez, Assistant Secretary-General, Human Resources, UN Headquarters, Ms. Eva Mennel, Director, Human Resources, UNICEF and Mr. Mark Levin, Director, Human Resources, ILO.

Document reference: CEB/2018/HLCM/HR/1
HRN: Report of the 34th Session (1 – 3 March 2017, UNAIDS Headquarters, Geneva) 13.06.2018

The Human Resources Network held its 34th session from 1-3 March 2017, hosted by UNAIDS in Geneva. The meeting was co-chaired by Ms. Eva Mennel, Director, Human Resources, UNICEF, Mr. Mark Levin, Director, Human Resources, ILO, and Ms. Aruna Thanabalasingam, Director, OHRM, United Nations Secretariat.

Document reference: CEB/2017/HLCM/HR/18
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2016 21.02.2018

This report contains data collected by the CEB Secretariat from the Organizations of the United Nations System. It includes the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2016 (CEB/2017/HLCM/HR/21).

Please note that the data for National Professional Officers are no longer published in a separate report but are part of the general CEB HR Statistics report.

Please note that a revised version has been published on the 21.02.2018. 

Document reference: CEB/2017/HLCM/HR/21
HRN: 2017 Interpreters' Rates - 1 July 2017 17.08.2017
Document reference: CEB/2017/HLCM/CM/3
HRN: 2017 Translators' Rates - 1 July 2017 15.08.2017
Document reference: CEB/2017/HLCM/CM/04 Rev1
HRN: Report of the 33rd Session (28 June – 1 July 2016, UNDP/UNFPA Regional Office, Istanbul) 01.06.2017

Summary of Conclusions of the 33rd Session of the Human Resources Network.

Document reference: CEB/2016/HLCM/HR/19
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2015 11.08.2017

This report contains data collected by the CEB Secretariat from the Organizations of the United Nations System. It includes the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2015 (CEB/2016/HLCM/HR/20).

Please note that the data for National Professional Officers are no longer published in a separate report but are part of the general CEB HR Statistics report.

Document reference: CEB/2016/HLCM/HR/20
HRN: Report of the 32nd Session (16 – 19 February 2016, UNESCO, Paris) 01.06.2017

The Human Resource Network held its 32nd session from 16-19 February 2016, hosted by UNESCO in Paris.

Document reference: CEB/2016/HLCM/HR/8
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - National Professional Officers - 2014 (XLS) 15.06.2016

The present Excel file provides the annual statistical tables on National Professional Officers with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2014.

Document reference: N/A
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - National Professional Officers - 2014 15.06.2016

The present document provides the annual statistical tables on National Professional Officers with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2014.

Document reference: CEB/2015/HLCM/HR/19/Add.1
HRN: 2016 Interpreters' Rates - 1 Jan 2016 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2016/HLCM/CM/01
HRN: 2016 Translators' Rates - 1 Jan 2016 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2016/HLCM/CM/02
HRN: Report of the 31st Session (20 – 23 July 2015, Vienna) 15.06.2016

Update from the Field Group, discussion of topics under consideration by the ICSC, Mandatory Age of Separation, Update from the HRN Working Group on Disabilities, Workshop on Stress Management and Medical topics, Update from UN Cares, Briefing from the Working Group on Duty of Care, Update on new initiatives for Joint Classification and Reference Checking, Progress update on the initiative for support of Geographic Mobility. 

Document reference: CEB/2015/HLCM/HR/18
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2014 (Excel) 15.06.2016

Excel format of annual HR statistics report.

HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2014 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2014. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is instead presented separately (CEB/2015/HLCM/HR/19).

Document reference: CEB/2015/HLCM/HR/19
HRN: Report of the 30th Session (4–6 March 2015, Madrid) 15.06.2016

Discussions addressed the following topics: Mandatory Age of Separation for existing staff; ICSC Compensation Review; Workforce Planning and Succession Planning; HR Network management; Update from CEB and HLCM session including joint HLCM / HLCP session; Update from the FB Network including the Working Group on ASHI; Update from the IAMSN and the Working Group on Duty of Care; Update from the Field Group; Occupational Health and Safety Directive (Medical Directors Working Group); Update from UN Cares.

Document reference: CEB/2015/HLCM/HR/4
HRN: Report of the 29th Session (16-18 July 2014, Rome) 23.02.2017

Discussion of topics under consideration by the ICSC; Proposal on synchronizing the post adjustment classification review cycles at headquarters duty stations and other group I duty stations, report on mandatory age of separation for existing staff, health Insurance, base / floor salary scale, margin management, review of the common system compensation package.

Document reference: CEB/2014/HLCM/HR/29
HRN: 2015 Translators' Rates - 1 Jan 2015 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2015/HLCM/CM/02 Rev1
HRN: 2015 Interpreters' Rates - 1 Jan 2015 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2015/HLCM/CM/01
HRN: Guidance Note for Offices affected by an Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Outbreak for personnel other than staff members 23.02.2017

This statement on the management of personnel other than staff members, has been prepared with the view of ensuring a coordinated, common approach at the country and local level with regard to the most important aspects of managing personnel in the event of an Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak. In the case of UN Volunteers, the UNV office in Bonn will have to be permanently informed.

HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - National Professional Officers - 2013 23.02.2017

The present document provides the annual statistical tables on National Professional Officers with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2013.

Document reference: CEB/2014/HLCM/HR/22
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2013 23.02.2017

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2013. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is instead presented separately (CEB/2014/HLCM/HR/21).

Document reference: CEB/2014/HLCM/HR/21
HRN: Administrative Guidelines for Offices affected by an Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Outbreak 15.06.2016

Framework for the management of staff members in United Nations Common System Headquarters and Field Duty Stations

HRN: 2014 Interpreters' Rates - 1 July 2014 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2014/HLCM/CM/3 Rev
HRN: 2014 Translators' Rates - 1 July 2014 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2014/HLCM/CM/4
HRN: Report of the 28th Session (19-21 February 2014, Torino) 23.02.2017

Briefing and update from the Field Group (FG), UN Cares, and new talent program for female leaders; development of new HRN Work Plan; Project on Harmonization of Vacancy Announcements and Selection Process; Regionalization of relocating grant levels; HLCM priority topic Mobility; Inter-Agency Mobility; Dual Career & Staff Mobility Programme; Medical Topics: vaccination policy, Mental Health, Special Dependency Allowance, Performance Indicators for UN Medical Services, and Staff Heath Care in Field Duty Stations; Issues under discussion by the ICSC; HLCM priority topic Performance Manage

Document reference: CEB/2014/HLCM/HR/28
HRN: Report of the 27th Session (17-19 July 2013, London) 23.02.2017

Performance Management; Dual Career Programme and Inter-Agency Mobility; Report from the Field Group; Local Salary Survey in 2014/15; Harmonization of Business Practices Project on Local Recruitment; Update on UN Cares; Issues under consideration by ICSC; 

Document reference: CEB/2013/HLCM/HR/20
HRN: 2014 Interpreters' Rates - 1 Jan 2014 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2014/HLCM/CM/1
HRN: 2014 Translators' Rates - 1 Jan 2014 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2014/HLCM/CM/2*
HRN: Overview of mobility policies 23.02.2017
HRN: Revised ratesfor free-lance translators, effective 1 July 2013 23.02.2017

Net daily and monthly rates for free-lance translators (CEB/2013/HLCM/CM/4)

Document reference: CEB/2013/HLCM/CM/4
HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters, effective 1 July 2013 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2013/HLCM/CM/3
HRN: Probation and staffing 23.02.2017

(survey report by UNRWA)

HRN: Compensation for harrassment victims 23.02.2017

(survey by IMO)

HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - National Professional Officers - 2012 23.02.2017

The present document provides the annual statistical tables on National Professional Officers with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2012.

Document reference: CEB/2013/HLCM/HR/12/Add.1
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2012 23.02.2017

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2012. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is instead presented separately (CEB/2013/HLCM/HR/12/Add.1).

Document reference: CEB/2013/HLCM/HR/12
HRN: Report of the 26th Session (13-15 February 2013, Budapest) 23.02.2017

Issues for the HR Network's considerations such as: the outcome of the HLCM Retreat and its impact on the programme of work and working modalities of the HR Network; ICC Observer organization to be party of the Inter-Organization Agreement on Mobility; Report from the Field Group; Employment of persons with disability; Mobility, including RC issues; mandatory age of separation; JIU report on compliance withmultilingualism; UN Cares update; other HR issues raised on UN common system benchmarking of staff surveys; review of the income ceiling for retirees in respect of a UN pension; education

Document reference: CEB/2013/HLCM/HR/8
HRN: SSCG Report to the HR Network (2009) 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2009/HLCM/HR/4
HRN: Relationship between Staff/Stress Counsellors and the CEB HR Network 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2008/HLCM/HR/29
HRN: UNSSCG Report on Activities, 2011 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2012/HLCM/HR/8
HRN: UN System Staff and Stress Counsellors' Special Interest Group (Summary report of the 10th Annual Meeting) 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2010/HLCM/HR/12
HRN: Mandate of the HR Network’s UN Staff / Stress Counsellors 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2009/HLCM/HR/36
HRN: Confidentiality Guidelines (April 2010 - final version) 23.02.2017
HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters effective 1 January 2013 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2013/HLCM/CM/1
HRN: Example on the application of the non-regression principle 23.02.2017
HRN: GA resolution on UN common system 23.02.2017
Document reference: A/67/678
HRN: Revised rates for free-lance translators, effective 1 January 2013 23.02.2017

CEB/2013/HLCM/CM/2/Rev.2 (re-issued on 19 April, to include information regarding 9% social security in para. 3(f)) and to update the weblink (para. 5).  Both revisions are found on page 2 of the circular; this supersedes CEB/2013/HLCM/CM/2/Rev.1 (re-issued on 7 March, to show complete data for New York on page 5)).

Document reference: CEB/2013/HLCM/CM/2/Rev.2
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - National Professional Officers - 2011 23.02.2017

The present document provides the annual statistical tables on National Professional Officers with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2011.

Document reference: CEB/2012/HLCM/HR/16/Add.1
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - National Professional Officers - 2010 23.02.2017

The present document provides the annual statistical tables on National Professional Officers with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2010.

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/13/Add.1
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - National Professional Officers - 2009 23.02.2017

The present document provides the annual statistical tables on National Professional Officers with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2009.

Document reference: CEB/2010/HLCM/HR/24/Add.1
HRN: Terms of Reference for The HR Network Standing Committee on Field Duty Stations (The Field Group) 23.02.2017
HRN: Report of the 25th Session (June 2012, UNESCO) 23.02.2017

Discussions on personnel working for UN common system organizations on non-staff contracts; WG on review of the ICSC HR Framework; HBP HR projects; Inter-Agency Mobility; Support to staff and families after incident or death; Language proficiency examinations; UN Cares; Update from Field Group; Report on Performance Appraisal.

Document reference: CEB/2012/HLCM/HR/28
HRN: Report of the 24th Session (February 2012, UNOG) 23.02.2017

Outcome/follow-up to HR Directors’ Strategic Meeting; Payment of fees by organizations with observer status at the HR Network; Statement on cost-sharing principles; Consolidation of the CEB Secretariat; Pay freeze; Dual Career and Staff Mobility Programme; Work-Life Balance; Harmonization of Business Practices; Security Staff Screening and Vetting Policy; UN Stress Counsellors; HR Network Workplan; Update from Field Group; UN Cares; Inter-organization Mobility Agreement; ICSC issues such as: Education grant; UN/US net remuneration margin: review of the methodology; Resolutions and decisions

Document reference: CEB/2012/HLCM/HR/13
HRN: Analysis and Review of the Human Resources Management Policies and Practices 15.06.2016

The Human Resource Network finlized a comparative analsyis of staff rules and regulations and provided recommendations for follow up. The project is complete including work on analyzing arragements for non-staff in different organizations.

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM-HBP/1
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2011 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2011. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is instead presented separately (CEB/2012/HLCM/HR/16/Add.1).

Document reference: CEB/2012/HLCM/HR/16
HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 14 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 13A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 14 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 13A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 15 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 13B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 15 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 13B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 14 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 13A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 15 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 13B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 13B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 14 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 13A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 14 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 13A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 14 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 14 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 13A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 13A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 14 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 13A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 15 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 13B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 15 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 13B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 15 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 15 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 13B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 13B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 15 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 16A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 16B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 18 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 16B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 18 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 16B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 18 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 16B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 18 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6C 15.06.2016

- Number of male Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 16B 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances as a percentage of total staff

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 17 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 6A 15.06.2016

- Number of Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 12 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 16A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 5A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11B 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 17 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 16A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 9A 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 3C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 8A 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 17 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 3A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 7B 15.06.2016

- Male Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 16A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 1C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 17 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 6F 15.06.2016

- Number of female General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 8B 15.06.2016

- General Service staff by length of service,as a percentage of total General Service staff

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 6B 15.06.2016

- Number of General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 7A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 1A 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 3B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, male Professional staff at Headquarters and other established offices

HRN: Table 16A 15.06.2016

- Professional staff in receipt of dependency allowances and number of their dependent children

HRN: Table 1B 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff by category and organizational location

HRN: Table 4C 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, female Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 9B 15.06.2016

- Age distribution of Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6D 15.06.2016

- Number of male General Service staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 7C 15.06.2016

- Female Professional staff by length of service

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 5B 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, as a percentage of staff compared to the total of each organization, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 6E 15.06.2016

- Number of female Professional staff by type of appointment and percentage expatriate

HRN: Table 17 15.06.2016

- General Service staff in receipt of non-resident's (NRA) allowance and language allowance

HRN: Table 2 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by category and source of funds

HRN: Table 11C 15.06.2016

- Number of female staff in each Professional grade as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 18 15.06.2016

- Number of staff by duty station and organization

HRN: Table 4A 15.06.2016

- Grade distribution, Professional staff on projects

HRN: Table 11A 15.06.2016

- Number of male staff in each Professional grade by organization

HRN: Table 10B 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff

HRN: Table 10C 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of female Professional staff as a percentage of total Professional staff

HRN: Table 10A 15.06.2016

- Age and grade distribution of male Professional staff

HRN: National Professional Officer Category Statistics for 2002 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2004/HLCM/15/Add.1
HRN: National Professional Officer Category Statistics for 2003 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2004/HLCM/27/Add.1
HRN: Personnel Statistics - National Professional Officer Category 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2005/HLCM/29/Add.1
HRN: National Professional Officer Category Statistics for 2007 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2008/HLCM/36/Add.1
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 1998 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 1998. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 1997 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 1997. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 1996 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 1996. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: ACC/1998/PER/R.9
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 1995 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 1995. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: ACC/1996/PER/R.10
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 1994 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 1994. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: ACC/1995/PER/R.20
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 1993 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 1993. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: ACC/1994/PER/R.13
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 1992 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 1992. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: ACC/1993/PER/R.16
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 1991 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 1991. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: ACC/1992/PER/R.22
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2000 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2000. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2002/HLCM/3
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2001 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2001. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2003/HLCM/22
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2002 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2002. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2004/HLCM/15
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2003 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2003. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2004/HLCM/27
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2004 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2004. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2005/HLCM/29
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2005 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2005. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2006/HLCM/36
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2006 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2006. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2007/HR/15
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2007 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2007. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2008/HLCM/HR/36
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2008 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2008. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers.

Document reference: CEB/2009/HLCM/HR/30
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2009 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2009. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is instead presented separately (CEB/2010/HLCM/HR/24/Add.1).

Document reference: CEB/2010/HLCM/HR/24
HRN: UN System HR Statistics Report - 2010 15.06.2016

This report presents the annual statistical tables on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December 2010. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is instead presented separately (CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/13/Add.1).

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/13
HRN: Report of 1st Session (June 2001, New York) 23.02.2017

Review of the pay and benefits system; Standards of conduct for the international civil service; Base/floor salary scale; Evolution of the net remuneration margin; ICSC Programme Budget 2002-2003; Introduction of the Euro; Contractual arrangements; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment at Rome, Geneva and New York (language teachers); Sustainable employability; Recruitment concerns; Staff/Management relations; Ad Hoc meeting on social policy issues in the UN system workplace; Ad Hoc Inter-Agency Meeting on Security; Task Force on UN staff and their dependants living with HIV/AI

Document reference: ACC/2001/HLCM/7
HRN: Report of 2nd Session (April 2002, Geneva) 23.02.2017

Framework for Human Resources Management: (a) Review of the pay and benefits system: Report of the Working Group to the Commission (i) Realigning job evaluation to support organizational performance; (ii) Planning a broad banded salary structure for the United Nations common system; (iii) Pay for performance: developing a reward strategy for the United Nations common system; (iv) A United Nations Executive Service; (v) Recruitment, retention and relocation bonuses; (vi) New approaches and the current pay and benefits system; (vii) Relevant labour markets and the Noblemaire Principle; (viii)

Document reference: CEB/2002/HLCM/8
HRN: Report of 3rd Session (July 2002, New York) 23.02.2017

Framework for Human Resources Management: (a) Review of the pay and benefits system; (b) Contractual arrangements; (c) Mobility; Evolution of the UN/US net remuneration margin; Base/floor salary scale; Review of the level of the education grant ;Hazard pay; Mission subsistence allowance; Paternity leave; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment for the General Service and related categories in Geneva and Vienna; Exchange of views on issues to be considered by HLCM; Matters arising from the meeting of the Inter-agency Security Management Network; Information and communications tech

Document reference: CEB/2002/HLCM/14
HRN: Report of Videoconference (December 2002) 23.02.2017

The New Master Standard; Broad-banding.

Document reference: CEB/2003/HLCM/1
HRN: Report of 4th Session (January 2003, Geneva) 23.02.2017

Review of General Assembly resolution RES/57/285 on the common system; Reform of pay and benefits: Validation and promulgation of the Master Standard; Modalities for the pilot study of broad banding/reward for contribution - Consideration of model to be selected for pilot, Operating mechanisms, Financial Controls, Volunteer Organizations, Reward-for-contribution; Further development of modalities for the Senior Management Service - Defining membership, Validating core competencies, Reviewing supplemental competencies, Developing learning/assessment strategies; Contractual arrangements; Mobi

Document reference: CEB/2003/HLCM/4
HRN: Report of 5th Session (March 2003, New York) 23.02.2017

Framework for Human Resources Management; Review of the pay and benefits system: Validation and promulgation of the revised master standard; Strategy for rewarding contribution; Broad-banding/performance pay pilot study; Contractual arrangements; Base/floor salary scale; Review of the methodology for surveys of best prevailing conditions of employment at headquarters duty stations; Review of the methodology for surveys of best prevailing conditions of employment at non-headquarters duty stations; Administrative and budgetary matters: proposed programme and budget for the biennium 2004 -2005

Document reference: CEB/2003/HLCM/12
HRN: Report of 6th Session (July 2003, New York) 23.02.2017

I.

Document reference: CEB/2003/HLCM/20
HRN: Report of 7th Session (March 2004, Paris) 23.02.2017

Review of the pay and benefits system: Modernizing and simplifying allowances; Overview of common system allowances and benefits; Mobility and Hardship allowance; Staff Attitude Survey on the Mobility and Hardship Allowance (Report from ORC); Education grant: review of the methodology for determining the level of the grant; Implications of enlargement of the European Union on the operation of the Mobility and Hardship scheme and on the post adjustment system; Development of modalities for strategic bonuses; Implementation of the pilot study on broadbanding/reward for contribution; Review of

Document reference: CEB/2004/HLCM/14
HRN: Report of 8th Session (July 2004, New York) 23.02.2017

Review of the pay and benefits system: Mobility/hardship allowance, hazard pay and strategic bonuses; Education grant: review of the methodology for determining the level of the grant; Implementation of the pilot study on broadbanding/reward for contribution; Progress report on the implementation of the new Master Standard for the job evaluation system relating to the Professional and higher categories; Contractual arrangements; Evolution of the United Nations/United States net remuneration margin; Base/floor salary scale; Review of the level of the education grant; Review of the Noblemaire

Document reference: CEB/2004/HLCM/25
HRN: Report of Videoconference (October 2004) 23.02.2017

Contractual Arrangements; ICSC Working Group on the Mobility and Hardship Scheme: Dates and Membership; Composition of other Working Groups on: Entitlements for Non-Family Duty Stations; General Service Classification; General Service Salary Survey Cost Sharing; Briefing on the Outcome of HLCM.

Document reference: CEB/2004/HLCM/26
HRN: Report of 9th Session (February 2005, Geneva) 23.02.2017

Review of the pay and benefits system: Modernizing and simplifying allowances: Spouse benefits; Children’s and secondary dependant’s allowances; Mobility and hardship allowance, hazard pay and strategic bonuses; Contractual arrangements; Progress report from piloting organizations on implementation of the pilot studies on broadbanding/reward for contribution; Base/floor salary scale; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment in Paris; Total compensation comparisons under the Noblemaire Principle: Results of the United Nations/United States grade equivalency studies; Total compensat

Document reference: CEB/2005/HLCM/8
HRN: Report of 10th Session (July 2005, New York) 23.02.2017

Review of the pay and benefits system: (a) Monitoring of the pilot study on broadbanding/reward for contribution; (b) Assessing the implementation of the new Job Evaluation Master Standard for the Professional and higher categories; (c) Mobility and hardship allowance, hazard pay and strategic bonuses; (d) Education grant: Review of the methodology for determining the level of the grant; Evolution of the United Nations/United States remuneration margin; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment in Montreal; Considerations related to reviewing the Job Evaluation Standards for Genera

Document reference: CEB/2005/HLCM/27
HRN: Report of 11th Session (March 2006, Vienna) 23.02.2017

Accountability and transparency; Safety and security of staff; United Nations System Staff College; Gender mainstreaming ; Joint session of HLCP and HLCM; Review of the pay and benefits system: Standing of field missions: review of conversion of contractual instruments; Conditions of service of the Professional and higher categories: Children’s and secondary dependant’s allowances: review of the levels; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment in Rome and New York; Job Evaluation Standards for General Service and related categories; Common scale of staff assessment for locally rec

Document reference: CEB/2006/HLCM/12
HRN: Report of Videoconference (May 2006) 23.02.2017

Administrative Guidelines for an Influenza Pandemic Situation; Establishment of Working Groups on (a) Appendix D; (b) Long-term care; Update on UN Management Reform; Preparations for July sessions of HR Network and ICSC; Briefing on recent meeting on staff management relations survey; Follow-up to 10 March private session.

Document reference: CEB/2006/HLCM/13
HRN: Report of 12th Session (July 2006, New York) 23.02.2017

Review of the outcome of working groups: All leave entitlements; Survey and report on the status of National Professional Officers; Results of the UN/US grade equivalency studies; Summary of the UN/US margin methodology; Evolution of the UN/US net remuneration margin; Total compensation comparisons under the Noblemaire principle: total comparison - stage II (Belgium); Education grant: review of the methodology for determining the grant;

Document reference: CEB/2006/HLCM/17
HRN: Report of Videoconference (October 2006) 23.02.2017

Working Groups: Education Grant Methodology; Conditions of Service at non-family duty stations; Leave Entitlements; Local Salary Cost Sharing Methodology; Special Session on Gender; Staffing of CEB Secretariat; Outcome of the HLCM. Working Groups: Education Grant Methodology; Conditions of Service at non-family duty stations; Leave Entitlements; Local Salary Cost Sharing Methodology; Special Session on Gender; Staffing of CEB Secretariat;Outcome of the HLCM.

Document reference: CEB/2006/HLCM/35
HRN: Report of 13th Session (March 2007, New York) 23.02.2017

The system-wide implications for HR management of the recommendations included in the Report of the High-Level Panel contained in A/61/583; The development of the senior management network; The review of the administrative guidelines for an Influenza pandemic; draft JIU Report on the “Age Structure of Human Resources in the Organizations of the United Nations system”; Staff Management relations; Compensation and benefits: Review of the pay and benefits system: modernizing and simplifying allowances: Separation payments; Considerations related to reviewing the Job Evaluation Standards for th

Document reference: CEB/2007/HR/8
HRN: Report of Videoconference (April 2007) 23.02.2017

UN Cares Implementation Plan Supplement: 1.1 Presentation of UN Cares Implementation Plan Supplement ; 1.2 Discussion of UN Cares Implementation Plan Supplement; 1.3 Final Conclusions and Action Items; HR Network Participation in the ICSC Working Group on Grade Equivalency.

Document reference: CEB/2007/HR/9
HRN: Report of Videoconference (November 2008) 23.02.2017

Working Group on the Review of the methodologies for GS Salary Surveys at Headquarters and Field duty stations; Declining Professional Staff Salaries in Europe; Jointly-funded Salary Survey Activities for the General Service Category for the Biennium 2008-2009; Mission report to the UN Viet Nam Communications Team; Mandatory Age of Retirement.

Document reference: CEB/2008/HLCM/HR/40/Rev.1
HRN: Report of 14th Session (July 2007, Geneva) 23.02.2017

Oral updates from Working Groups: Education grant; Long-term care; Appendix D; Salary Surveys; Briefing and update: Safety and Security update by the Department of Safety and Security of Staff; Update from the Medical Doctors Network on its meeting in April 2007; Update from the IT Network on their last meeting; Briefing from the FB Network; Issues for discussion: The system-wide implications for HR management of the recommendations included in the report of the High Level Panel contained in A/61/583) (discussion on business process exercise and action plans); UN Contracts – issues of conce

Document reference: CEB/2007/HR/14
HRN: HR Questions: 78th Session, (March 1993, New York) 23.02.2017
HRN: HR Questions: 79th Session, (July 1993, Vienna) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1993/22
HRN: HR Questions: 80th Session,(February 1994, Bangkok) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1994/4
HRN: HR Questions: 81st Session, (June 1994, New York) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1994/14
HRN: HR Questions: 82nd Session, (April 1995, Montreal) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1995/5
HRN: HR Questions: 83rd Session, (July 1995, New York. September 1995, Geneva) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1995/19
HRN: HR Questions: 84th Session, (Vienna, April 1996) 23.02.2017
Document reference: CCAQ(PER)/84/CRP.1/Rev.1
HRN: HR Questions: 85th Session, (New York, July 1996) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1997/14
HRN: HR Questions: 86th Session, (April 1997, Paris) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1997/6
HRN: HR Questions: 87th Session, (July 1997, New York) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1997/13
HRN: HR Questions: 88th Session, (April 1998, Rome) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1998/5
HRN: HR Questions: 89th Session, (September 1998, New York) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1998/9
HRN: HR Questions: 90th Session, (April 1999, Geneva) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1999/5
HRN: HR Questions: 91st Session, (July 1999, New York) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1999/13
HRN: HR Questions: 92nd Session, (March 2000, Vienna) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/2000/5
HRN: HR Questions: 93rd Session, (June 2000, Geneva. July 2000, New York) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/2000/13
HRN: Report of Videoconference (October 2007) 23.02.2017

Briefing on HLCM 14th Session, 20-21 September 2007; Update on 3 HR Network Programmes: UN Cares; Dual Career and Staff Mobility; Senior Management Network (SMN)/Senior Management Leadership Programme (SMNP); Working Groups – Composition: ICSC Working Groups: Education Grant ; Mobility and Hardship Review; Broad-banding and Pay for Performance – Pilot organizations; Reform of General Service/Job Classification; HR Network Working Groups: Appendix D; Long Term Care; Disability; Proposed Programme of Work 2007/2008; Expert Group Meeting on “Measures to accelerate the improvement in the status

Document reference: CEB/2007/HR/19
HRN: Report of Videoconference (January 2008) 23.02.2017

Discussions with the ICSC secretariat regarding the Staff Survey on the Effectiveness and Impact of Recruitment and Retention Measures in the United Nations Common System.

Document reference: CEB/2008/HR/2
HRN: Report of 15th Session (March 2008, Rome) 23.02.2017

Update on the United Nations/United States grade equivalency studies (General Schedule and other pay systems); Children’s and secondary dependant’s allowance: review of the methodology; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment in Vienna; Review of the Job Evaluation Standards for the General Service and related categories; Review of the pay and benefits system: assessment of the pilot study of pay-for-performance/broad banding; Mobility; Performance management and evaluation – innovative practices; Education grant: review of the methodology for determining the grant; Effectiveness

Document reference: CEB/2008/HLCM/HR/17
HRN: Report of 16th Session (July 2008, New York) 23.02.2017

Base/floor salary scale; Evolution of the United Nations/United States net remuneration margin; Mobility/hardship scheme: review of the operation of the revised scheme, review of the levels; children’s and secondary dependant’s allowances: review of the levels; Assessing the implementation of the Job Evaluation Master Standard for the Professional and higher categories; Progress report on the Senior Management Network; Education grant: (a) Review of the methodology for determining the grant; (b) Review of the level of the grant; Review of the gender balance in the United Nations common syst

Document reference: CEB/2008/HLCM/HR/35
HRN: Report of 17th Session (March 2009, Madrid) 23.02.2017

Performance management – updated framework and use of steps; Work/Life Balance; Review of separation payments; Update on the UN/US grade equivalency studies; Gender balance; Development of the exit interview questionnaire; Feasibility of inter-agency roster of qualified women; Review of the General Service survey methodologies; 2008/2009 Work plan; Mobility Accord; Guidelines on “disabilities” in the workplace; Review of the mandatory age of retirement; Salary Survey cost-sharing for 2010-2011; Staff and Stress Counsellors’ Group; Management Leadership Programme (UNSSC); Junior Professional

Document reference: CEB/2009/HLCM/HR/27
HRN: Report of 18th Session (June 2009, New York) 23.02.2017

Mandatory age of Separation; Standards of conduct for the international civil service; Review of separation payments; Update on staff survey; Considerations related to reviewing the Job Evaluation Standards for the General Service and related categories; Review of procedures for the classification of duty stations according to the conditions of life and work – A road map; Progress report on development of a Senior Management Network; Recommendations of the HLCM Steering Committee on Safety & Security of Staff – Outcomes of the three Working Groups; Updates from Working Groups on Appendi

Document reference: CEB/2009/HLCM/HR/46/Rev.1
HRN: Report of 19th Session (February 2010, Geneva) 23.02.2017

Review of 2010/2011 Work Plan; HR Response to Crisis Situations (i.e.

Document reference: CEB/2010/HLCM/HR/18
HRN: Report of 20th Session (July 2010, Washington, D.C) 23.02.2017

Briefing on upcoming AIIC Negotiations; Election of HR Network Spokesperson.

Document reference: CEB/2010/HLCM/HR/35
HRN: Report of 21st Meeting (March 2011, UN, New York) 23.02.2017

Outcome/follow up on HR Directors’ Strategic meeting; Briefing and follow up on HLCM Spring 2011 session; HR Network 2011-2012 Work Plan; HR Network Standing Committee on Field Conditions; Election of HR Network Chairpersons; Issues under ICSC consideration such as: GA resolutions/decisions, WG on mobility/hardship and hazard pay, pensionable remuneration, identification of the highest paid civil service under the Noblemaire principle (phase I), ACPAQ, conditions of service of the GS and other locally recruited staff, review of ICSC framework for HRM; Rest and recuperation framework; Design

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/9
HRN: Report of 22nd Meeting (July 2011, WMO Geneva) 23.02.2017

Information on upcoming retreat of HR Directors and ICSC; Updates of initiatives undertaken by organizations, HLCM Dialogue with Staff Federations, Cost-sharing for salary surveys, Relocation and Security Evacuation under the Security Level System (SLS).

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/19
HRN: Report of 23rd Meeting (September 2011, ITU) 23.02.2017

ICSC Framework for Human Resources Management; Review of the pay and benefits scheme; Review of personnel working for UN common system organizations on non-staff contracts; Harmonization of Business Practices – HR Projects; Harmonization of vacancy advertisements and selection processes at Country level for GS and NPO positions; Harmonization of key elements of performance appraisal systems; Report from the Working Group on Inter-Organization Agreement concerning mobility; Update on the Mandatory Age of Separation; Review of EMSEA by ICSC; HRM Framework, and the pay and benefits system; Sit

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/23

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HRN: Paternity leave 15.06.2016
HRN: Newsletter - January 2012 15.06.2016
HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HLCM/CM/9 - Revised rates effective 1 October 2010.

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters (corrigendum) 15.06.2016

CEB/2007/HLCM/CM/7/Corr.1 (Revised rates effective 1 January 2008 for North America, France, Italy, United Kingdom, World)

HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Free-Lance Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/6 - revised rates, effective 1 June 2009.

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HLCM/CM/1 - Revised rates effective 1 January 2010.

HRN: UN Care Newsletter 15.06.2016

Welcome to the first newsletter of UN Cares! November 2008 • Issue number 1

HRN: Status of Women 15.06.2016

The Status of Women in the Secretariats of the United Nations Common System

HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/3 - revised cost-of-living supplement for free lance translators, effective 1 February 2009.

HRN: Corrigendum - Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/1/Rev.1 - This circular replaces CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/1 of 5 January 2009

HRN: Joint Guidance Note on the employment of Expatriate Spouses 15.06.2016

UNDG, July 2004

HRN: Inter-Agency Mobility 15.06.2016

Inter-Agency Mobility Statement

HRN: Revised Salary Levels and revised cost of living supplement for free-lance translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/2 - New base salary scales and cost of living supplement for free-lance translators, effective 1 January 2009.

HRN: Revised world rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/9 - revised World rates, effective 1 October 2009.

HRN: Inter-organization Mobility Agreement 15.06.2016

Inter-Organization Agreement concerning Transfer, Secondment or Loan of Staff among the Organizations Applying the United Nations Common System Salaries and Allowances

HRN: Sexual Harrassment 15.06.2016

Prevention of Sexual Harassment

HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/3 - revised COL supplement for non-locally recruited free-lance translators, etc, with effect from 1 April 2008.

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/5 - revised rates for World, effective 1 April 2009.

HRN: Revised Salary Levels and Revised COL Supplement for Free-Lance Translators, effective 1 January 2012 15.06.2016

CEB/2012/HLCM/CM/2

HRN: Work/Family Agenda 15.06.2016

Work/Family Agenda

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters effective 1 January 2012 15.06.2016

CEB/2012/HLCM/CM/1

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/8 (Revised rates for Austria and quarterly revised World Rates, effective 1 October 2008)

HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Free-Lance Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/CM/4 - revised COL supplement effective 1 May 2011

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/CM/9 - Revised world rates effective 1 October 2011

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/6 (Revised rates for Switzerland effective 1 August 2008)

HRN: Revised COL supplement for Free-Lance Translators (effective 1 September 2010) 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HLCM/CM/8

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/CM/6 - Revised world rates effective 1 July 2011

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/4 (Revised rates for France effective 1 June 2008)

HRN: Revised COL supplement for Free-Lance Translators (effective 1 June 2010) 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HLCM/CM/5

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/CM/3 - Revised rates effective 1 April 2011

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/1 (Revised rates for North America and Austria effective 1 March 2008)

HRN: Revised Salary Levels and Revised COL Supplement for Free-Lance Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HLCM/CM/2 - Revised Salary Levels and revised COL supplement for non-locally recruited free-lance translators with effect from 1 January 2010.

HRN: Commission on the status of women 15.06.2016

Fifty second-session 25 February 7 March 2008

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HLCM/CM/6 - Revised rates effective 1 July 2010.

HRN: 2012-2017 Agreement concerning conditions of employment of short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016
HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/7 - revised COL supplement for non-locally recruited free-lance translators with effect from 1 July 2009

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HCLM/CM/4 - Revised rates effective 1 April 2010.

HRN: Disability Convention 15.06.2016
HRN: Management Reform 15.06.2016

The Continuing Process of Management and Administrative Reform

HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Free-Lance Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/10 - revised COL supplement for non-locally recruited free-lance translators with effect from 1 December 2009.

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/4 - revised rates for Italy, effective 1 February 2009.

HRN: AITC Agreement 15.06.2016

Agreement concerning conditions of employment of short-term translators, revisers, editors and précis-writers (Annex V to the HLCM Management Handbook)

HRN: Human Resources Management Reform 15.06.2016

The Reform of Human Resources Management in the United Nations System

HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/10 - revised COL supplement for non-locally recruited free-lance translators, etc, with effect from 1 December 2008.

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2009/HLCM/CM/8 - revised World rates, effective 1 July 2009.

HRN: CEB/AITC Agreement 15.06.2016

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HRN: Condition des Femmes 15.06.2016

La condition des femmes dans les secretariats des organismes des Nations Unies

HRN: Revised Salary Levels and revised COL supplement for Free-Lance Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2007/HLCM/CM/8 - New base salary scales and cost of living supplement for free-lance translators, effective 1 January 2008.

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/9 (Revised rates for the United Kingdom, effective 1 December 2008)

HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Free-Lance Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/CM/7 - revised COL supplement effective 1 August 2011

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/CM/8 - Revised world rates effective 1 September 2011

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/7 (Revised rates for North America effective 1 September 2008)

HRN: Revised Salary Levels and Revised COL Supplement for Free-Lance Translators 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/CM/2/Rev.1 - Revised Salary Levels and revised COL supplement for non-locally recruited free-lance translators with effect from 1 January 2011.

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/CM/5 - Revised rates effective 1 June 2011

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/5/Corr.1 (Quarterly Revised World Rates effective 1 July 2008)

HRN: Revised COL Supplement for Non-locally Recruited Free-lance Translators with Effect from 1 March 2010. 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HLCM/CM/3

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2011/HLCM/CM/1 - Revised rates effective 1 January 2011

HRN: Revised rates for short-term conference interpreters 15.06.2016

CEB/2008/HLCM/CM/2 (Revised rates for Italy, UK and quarterly revised World rates, effective 1 April 2008)

HRN: Revised COL supplement for Free-Lance Translators (effective 1 July 2010) 15.06.2016

CEB/2010/HLCM/CM/7

HRN: ICSC/62/R.12 15.06.2016

STATEMENT OF THE CEB HR NETWORK AT THE 62nd SESSION OF ICSC: REFERENCE CHECK WITH THE WORLD BANK AND OECD

HRN: ICSC/62/R.11 and CRP.5 15.06.2016

STATEMENT OF THE CEB HR NETWORK AT THE 62nd SESSION OF ICSC: TOTAL COMPENSATION COMPARISON – STAGE II (BELGIUM)

HRN: ICSC/62/r.2 and Add.1 15.06.2016

STATEMENT OF THE CEB HR NETWORK AT THE 62nd SESSION OF ICSC: RESOLUTIONS AND DECISIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND THE LEGISLATIVE/GOVERNING BODIES OF OTHER ORGANIZATIONS OF THE COMMON SYSTEM

HRN: ICSC/62/R.10 15.06.2016

STATEMENT OF THE CEB HR NETWORK AT THE 62nd SESSION OF ICSC: RESULTS OF THE UNITED NATIONS/UNIED STATES GRADE EQUIVALENCY STUDIES (SES)

HRN: ICSC/62/R.4 15.06.2016

STATEMENT OF THE CEB HR NETWORK AT THE 62nd SESSION OF ICSC: REPORT OF THE TWENTY-EIGTH SESSION OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON POST ADJUSTMENT QUESTIONS

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HRN: ICSC Compendium 15.06.2016

1    PROCEDURAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL MATTERS
    Section     1.10    The constitutional background
        1.20    Statute and rules of procedure
        1.30    Functioning and working methods of the Commission
        1.40    Programme of work
        1.50    Budgetary and administrative arrangements
        1.60    Personnel arrangements
2    SALARIES
    2.1    PROFESSIONAL AND HIGHER CATEGORIES
    Section     2.1.10    The Noblemaire principle
        2.1.20    Highest paid civil service
        2.1.30    Grade equivalencies

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HRN: United Nations International Civil Servants' Federation (UNISERV) 23.02.2017

The objectives of United Nations International Civil Servants' Federation are to: Promote among its member staff associations a coordinated approach on matters of common interest and to reinforce representation of its members in negotiations with bodies of the United Nations common system; Promote better understanding between the Administration of the United Nations Secretariat, UNDP, UNFPA, UNOPS, UNWOMEN, and UNAIDS and the Unions of UNFSU, the Staff Council and UNSU especially in formulating and implementing policies, guidelines, rules and regulations, affecting staff; Promote cooperatio

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HRN: Coordinating Committee of International Staff Unions and Associations of the United Nations System (CCISUA) 23.02.2017

The Coordinating Committee of International Staff Unions and Associations of the United Nations System – is a federation composed of UN system staff unions and associations committed to an atmosphere of constructive co-operation to provide equitable and effective representation of staff in those members at all levels. CCISUA primarily represents their interests in inter-agency bodies that make decisions and recommendations on conditions of service.

Direct access: CCISUA
HRN: Federation of International Civil Servants' Associations (FICSA) 23.02.2017

Founded in Paris in 1952, FICSA is a federated group of 29 staff associations/unions from organizations belonging to the United Nations common system. Nine staff associations/unions outside the common system have associate status. Fifteen staff associations/unions are consultative members and twenty-five Federations of United Nations Staff Associations (FUNSA) are observers.

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HRN: Staff Nationality 15.06.2016

The following chart shows those nationalities for which the number of staff exceeds 500.

HRN: Country Deployment 15.06.2016

Staff Deployment by Country

The UN system is operational in 180 countries and territories. This chart shows those countries where its duty stations total more than 500 staff.

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Extracted from Personnel Statistics report data (Table 15: Number of staff by nationality, organization, category, and source of funds).

 

HRN: Regular and Extrabudgetary 15.06.2016

These charts shows percentage of Regular Budget funding in each organization. Three charts are presented to cover all the organizations, the first for the UN and its Funds and Programs, the second for specialized agencies and the third for the other organizations.

HRN: UN System Age Distribution of Professional Staff by Gender 15.06.2016

These charts shows the number of staff in each age band for each Professional grade.

HRN: Length of Service, General Staff 15.06.2016

These charts shows percentage of general staff in each organization, by their the length of service. Three charts are presented to cover all the organizations, the first for the UN and its Funds and Programs, the second for specialized agencies and the third for the other organizations.

HRN: Length of Service, Professional Staff 15.06.2016

These charts shows percentage of professional staff in each organization, by their the length of service.Three charts are presented to cover all the organizations, the first for the UN and its Funds and Programs, the second for specialized agencies and the third for the other organizations.

HRN: Grade Distribution by Organization 15.06.2016

These charts shows the percentage of male and female staff in each professional grade.

HRN: Staff by Organizational Location 15.06.2016

This chart shows the number of staff in each organization broken down by type of Duty Station. In the first chart, the value for the UN (HQ:11,741, Other:20,676 members of staff) has been omitted to enhance the readability of the other organizations. Two charts have been prepared, one for organizations with more that 600 staff members and the second for those with less than 600.

HRN: Total Staff by Organization 15.06.2016

This chart shows the number of staff in each organization. In the first graph, the value for the UN (32,417 staff members) has been omitted to enhance the readability of the other organizations. Two charts are presented, one for organizations with more that 600 staff members and the second for those with less than 600.

HRN: Regional Deployment 15.06.2016

The UN system is operational in 180 countries and territories. These pie charts shows percentage and number of staff located in the regions of the world at two levels of granularity.

HRN: Staff Nationality by Region 15.06.2016

These pie charts shows percentage and number of the nationality of staff associated with regions of the world at two levels of granularity.

HRN: Budgetary Funds 15.06.2016

This pie chart shows percentage and number of staff from Regular Budget funding.

HRN: Staff Gender 15.06.2016

This chart shows the number of male and female staff at the professional level in the UN over the last 10 years.

HRN: Age Distribution 15.06.2016

These charts shows the percentage of staff in each age band. Three charts are presented to cover all the organizations, the first for the UN and its Funds and Programs, the second for specialized agencies and the third for the other organizations.

HRN: Length of Service 15.06.2016

This chart shows number of general and professional staff by their the length of service.

HRN: Staff Category 15.06.2016

These charts shows the percentage of staff in each category for each organization.

HRN: Grade Distribution by Gender 15.06.2016

These charts shows the number of male and female staff in each professional grade.

HRN: Source of Funds 15.06.2016

These charts shows percentage of Regular Budget funding in each organization.

HRN: Total Staff 15.06.2016

This chart shows the number of staff in the UN at headquarters and other duty stations over the last 10 years.

HRN: Increase Level of Expenditure 2002-2009 15.06.2016
2.7. % Increase of Biennial Expenditures - Top 10 Organizations Expenditures 2008/09 - Base 2002/03
HRN: Percentage of Staff by Source of Funds 15.06.2016

Personnel Statistics 1997-2007

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The analysis of the changes in the source of fund underlines the impact of the other types of funds. A decade ago 56% of post were funded by regular budget, whilst now regular budget funded post are just the 32%.

HRN: Comparison between the UN and the Other Organizations 15.06.2016

Personnel Statistics 1997-2007

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The Total Staff chart shows the total number of staff employed in the UN Common System. The number of UN Secretariat staff members in comparison to the total number of staff members in all the UN organizations. Almost all the organizations show an increasing number of staff members and the total increase in the UN system is 23175 staff members. The UN Secretariat registered the highest increase. This is due to the addition of Peacekeeping operations personnel.

HRN: Comparison between Number of Staff Members of Organization below1% of the Total 15.06.2016

Personnel statistics

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The chart shows the number of staff employed in the UN Common System of the organizations that represent less than 1% of the total staff. Almost all the organizations show an increasing number of staff members and the total increase in the UN system is 23175 staff members.

HRN: Length of Appointment among Professionals 15.06.2016

The length of appointment is an important tool to describe changes in the UN workforce. Ten years ago professional staff tended to remain at the UN for a longer period (only 38% left the organizations in the first 5 years of service and about 50% after serving 10 years) in 2007 almost 50% of professional staff left the organization in the first five years of service and more than 70% decided to leave in the first ten years.

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Source: Personnel statistics 1997 - 2007

HRN: Length of Service among General Service Staff 15.06.2016

Personnel Statistics

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The length of appointment is an important tool to describe changes in the UN workforce. In the 2007 survey identified that 70% of the GS staff left the Organization within their first 10 years for service, whilst a decade ago the same percentage was encountered after 15 years of service

HRN: Women in the Professional and Higher Categories (%) - 1997-2007 (Grades P1 to UG) 15.06.2016

Personnel statistics 1997-2007

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The overall number of women has increased over the last decade but it still remains far from the gender balance at P4 levels and above.

HRN: Comparison of the Number of Female Staff in the UN Common System (1997-2007) 15.06.2016

Peronnel statistics 1997 - 2007

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The overall number of women has increased over the last decade but it still remains far from the gender balance at P4 levels and above.

HRN: Percentage of Professional Staff by Type of Appointment at Headquarters & other Established Offices 15.06.2016

Personnel Statistics 1997-2008

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In the decade (1997-2007) the UN experienced a significant movement in the percentage of professional staff from “without time limit” contracts to “fixed term” types of contracts at Headquarters and other established offices.

HRN: Percentage of General Service Staff by Type of Appointment for Headquarters & other Established Offices 15.06.2016

Personnel Statistics 1997-2007

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In the decade (1997-2007) the UN experienced a significant movement in the percentage of general service staff from “without time limit” contracts to “fixed term” types of contracts at Headquarters and other established offices.

HRN: Age Profile of UN Common System Member Staff 15.06.2016

Age Profile of UN Common System Member Staff

Personnel Statistics 1997 - 2007

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The age profile UN staff has slightly changed in the last years, making the organization a little bit younger.

CEB Mechanisms tagged with Human Resources Network

Date published

HRN: Field Group 23.02.2017

Field Group is a Standing Committee on Field Conditions chaired by UNDP.

HRN: The Working Group on employment of persons with disabilities 23.02.2017

The UN currently employs a very low percentage of people with disabilities and several organizations have developed policies on employment of persons with disabilities. The Working Group was reconvened in July 2010 to look at implementation issues, share good practices and to report back to HLCM on implementation issues.

HRN: UN Dual Career and Staff Mobility programme 15.01.2018

On January 1st 2008 responsibility for the UN Dual Career and Staff Mobility programme (DC&SM) was transferred from WFP to the CEB Secretariat. The aim of the programme is to assist globally mobile UN staff members and their families, in networking, spouse/partner employment, obtaining work permits and settling into new locations. A Steering Committee takes decisions on the most important elements of the programme.  The DC&SM programme provides guidance and support for a large number of Local Expatriate Spouse Associations (LESA) launched in several duty stations globally.

FBN: Working Group with ICSC Commissioners and Staff Federations 23.02.2017

The ICSC Framework is under review. Representatives of the HR Network participated in the first meeting of the Working Group with ICSC Commissioners and Staff Federations in October 2012.

HRN: Administering the Language Proficiency Examinations (LPE). 23.02.2017

A New Working Group was recently established for review the process for developing, marking and administering the Language Proficiency Examinations (LPE).

HRN: Inter-Organization Mobility 23.02.2017

The revised Inter-Organization Agreement concerning transfer, secondment or loan of staff among organizations applying the United Nations Common System of Salaries and Allowances was ratified by all member organizations. Regarding Resident Coordinator issues, the HR Network recently adopted a proposal to guarantee return rights for RCs and to the extent possible the retention of grade. A new Working Group was recently in September 2012 and the Terms of Reference will be finalised in the near future

HRN: Human Resources Network 15.08.2018

The HR Network brings together Directors of Human Resources departments from over thirty UN and related organizations at its biannual meetings, which are held prior to those of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC).

Statistics tagged with Human Resources Network

Date published

HRN: UN System Human Resources by Length of Service (Professional) 09.08.2016
HRN: UN System Human Resources by Gender (Professional) 01.05.2017
HRN: UN System Human Resources by Nationality 01.05.2017
HRN: UN System Human Resources by Age Bracket (Professional) 01.05.2017
HRN: UN System Human Resources by Grade 01.05.2017

Staff positions are grouped in two broad categories of occupations (the Professional and higher categories and the General Service category) and the hierarchy is expressed by grade levels within those categories.  The grade level of each position  is established based on the nature of duties and responsibilities assigned to it and the related skills, knowledge and experience required.

HRN: UN System Human Resources by Category 01.05.2017

Every year the CEB Secretariat collects HR data from member organizations and publishes statistics. Reports detail staff demographics such as staff grade, nationality, location, gender and age.

HRN: UN System Human Resources by Organization & Duty Station 01.05.2017

Every year the CEB Secretariat collects HR data from member organizations and publishes statistics. Reports detail staff demographics such as staff grade, nationality, location, gender and age.

HRN: UN System Human Resources by Country & Duty Station 01.05.2017

Every year the CEB Secretariat collects HR data from member organizations and publishes statistics. Reports detail staff demographics such as staff grade, nationality, location, gender and age.

Human Resources Themes