During the reporting period, the Human Resources Network of the High-level Committee on Management made progress in a number of areas, including the finalization of a policy statement on staff with disabilities, the introduction of a questionnaire for the exit interviews of staff members leaving an organization and the launch of a review of the mandatory age of retirement. During the reporting period, the CEB secretariat took over responsibility for the dual career and staff mobility programme, which had previously been implemented by WFP.
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During the reporting period, the Human Resources Network of the High-level Committee on Management made progress on a number of areas. The review of the mandatory age of separation in the United Nations common system was completed, and the Network presented the document to the International Civil Service Commission at its sixty-ninth session, in July 2009, with a proposal to increase the mandatory age of separation to 62 for those staff members with an entry on duty date prior to 1 January 1990.
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Conclusions of the Twenty-Second Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Washington, D.C., 26-27 September 2011). Issues discussed included: Security and Safety of Staff; Programme Criticality Framework; Improving Efficiency and Cost Controls; Common Principles on Results Reporting; UNDG-HLCM Mission to identify country-level bottlenecks in business practices; HLCM Networks; Mandatory of Separation, ERM.
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.
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
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
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
The agenda of the session included: the security and safety of staff; capitalizing on technology; the simplification in procedures, processes and entitlements; sustainable employability. Consultations were held with staff representatives.
Issues discussed included: Dialogue with FICSA, CCISUA and UNISERV; Security and Safety of Staff; UN Reform on Contractual Arrangements; HLCM Plan of Action for the Harmonization of Business Practices; Mandatory Age of Separation; UN Leaders Programme; HLCM Networks; ICSC Surveys on Performance Management and Inter-Agency Mobility; Healthcare and its Management in the UN System.
Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Staff Federations; Security and Safety of Staff; HLCM Programme of Work, and coordination with UNDG; Mandatory Age of Separation; Improving Efficiency and Cost Controls; HLCM Networks; Social Media and the UN System, etc.
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