Conclusions of the Thirty-Fourth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Geneva, 28-29 September 2017). Issues discussed included: Supporting the Secretary-General in his vision for Management Reform; Duty of Care for UN System Personnel and Human Resources matters; and Innovation.
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Conclusions of the Thirty-Third Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Budapest, 30-31 March 2017). Issues discussed included: HLCM Strategic Plan 2017-2020; Thematic Discussion on Global Service Centres; Project Proposal for the joint provision of HR Services; Duty of Care in High-Risk Environments; Briefing on the Current Security Environment for UN personnel; UN System Leadership Model; Outcome of the ICSC 84th Session and HR Network Strategic Work Plan; Adoption of a UN Common Documentation Standard; and Common Definitions of Fraud and Presumptive Fraud.
Conclusions of the Thirty-Second Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Paris, 3-4 October 2016). Issues discussed included: HLCM Strategic Plan 2017-2020; UN system model for transformative “leaders of the future”, HR Management in support of the 2030 Agenda; Sexual Exploitation and Abuse; Costs of oversight and accountability mechanisms in the UN system; Common Definitions Related to Fraud and Implementing Partners; Programme Criticality Framework; Health Support plans for duty stations world-wide; Data Innovation Lab & UN System Common Documentation Standard; Report of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN); UN International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development; Payment of Pensions.
Conclusions of the Thirty-First Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Vienna, 22-23 March 2016). Issues discussed included: Support to the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda; New UN System Compensation Package and MAS65: conclusions of the intergovernmental discussion, implementation plans, and launch of the new phase of the review - for National Professional Officer and the General Service and related categories; Duty of Care and Safety and Security of Staff; ASHI - Outcome of the General Assembly's discussions on the SG's report; Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse; FICSA proposal regarding the cost-sharing of elected officials; IPSAS System-wide Progress Report for July-December 2015.
This report covers: The first regular session of CEB for 2015.
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.
This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees; HLCM, HLCP and UNDG; Briefings on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime, UN-Water, the Secretary-General’s Scientific Advisory Board, Drugs and Crime, and the World Summit on the Information Society; Issues of system-wide concern: The Data Revolution and Accountability, and a special session on the UN response to the Ebola Crisis.
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
Conclusions of the Twenty-Sixth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Geneva, 10-11 October 2013). Issues discussed included: Performance Management; Status of action on the new HLCM Strategic Plan and Results Framework; HLCM’s response to the QCPR; ICSC Review of the UN Compensation Package; Mandatory Age of Separation; UN System Data Visualization Platform.
Conclusions of the Twenty-Fifth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Rome, 7-8 March 2013). Issues discussed included: HLCM Strategic Plan and Working Modalities; Review of the Common System Compensation Package, Improved Efficiency and Cost Control Measures; Big Data; Environmental Sustainability Management in the UN System; Auditing as One; Programme Criticality Framework.
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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
2.1 PROFESSIONAL AND HIGHER CATEGORIES
Section 2.1.10 The Noblemaire principle
2.1.20 Highest paid civil service
2.1.30 Grade equivalencies
The ICSC Annual Report 2012 is the thirty-eighth annual report of the International Civil Service Commission, prepared in accordance with article 17 of its statute.
The International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) is an independent expert body established by the United Nations General Assembly. Its mandate is to regulate and coordinate the conditions of service of staff in the United Nations common system (see below), while promoting and maintaining high standards in the international civil service.
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The Commission’s mandate covers all facets of staff employment conditions, but the type of action it is empowered to take in a specific area is regulated under its statute.
On some matters (e.g. establishment of daily subsistence allowance; schedules of post adjustment, i.e. cost-of-living element; hardship entitlements), the Commission itself may take decisions.
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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).