The HLCM’s human resources management agenda has, as its overarching goal, the continued development of the international civil service as an independent, neutral, highly skilled and engaged resource to meet the ever-changing requirements of the international community.
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The present report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) in 2014.
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
The present report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) in 2013.
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.
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
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
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
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Inter-Organization Agreement concerning Transfer, Secondment or Loan of Staff among the Organizations Applying the United Nations Common System Salaries and Allowances
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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.
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