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CHAPTERSUBJECT
1PROCEDURAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL MATTERS
Section 1.10The constitutional background
1.20Statute and rules of procedure
1.30Functioning and working methods of the Commission
1.40Programme of work
1.50Budgetary and administrative arrangements
1.60Personnel arrangements
2SALARIES
2.1PROFESSIONAL AND HIGHER CATEGORIES
Section 2.1.10The Noblemaire principle
2.1.20Highest paid civil service
2.1.30Grade equivalencies
2.1.40Margin between United States Federal Civil Service and the United Nations
2.1.50Total compensation
2.1.60Salary scales
2.1.70Post adjustment
2.1.71Advisory Committee on Post Adjustment Questions (ACPAQ)
2.1.72Rental subsidy
2.1.80Staff assessment
2.1.90Comprehensive review of the conditions of service of the Professional and higher categories
2.1.100Supplementary payments and deductions
2.1.110National Professional Officers and extended General Service levels
2.1.120Conditions of service of Assistant Secretary-General, Under Secretary-General and equivalent levels
2.1.130Remuneration structure
2.1.140Other salary matters
2.2GENERAL SERVICE AND RELATED CATEGORIES
Section 2.2.10Methodology for determining best prevailing conditions of service
2.2.20Surveys of best prevailing conditions
2.2.30Staff assessment
2.2.40Overtime and night differential
2.3BOTH CATEGORIES
Section 2.3.10Structure of categories and grades
2.3.20Long service steps
2.4FIELD SERVICE CATEGORY
Section 2.4.10Field Service category
3ALLOWANCES
Section 3.10General
3.20Dependency allowances (Professional and higher categories)
3.30Dependency allowances (General Service and related categories)
3.40Assignment allowance [discontinued as of July 1990]
3.50Non-resident's allowance and rental subsidy (General Service staff)
3.60Language incentive (Professional and higher categories)
3.70Language allowance (General Service)
3.80Mobility and hardship allowance
3.90Assignment grant
4OTHER ENTITLEMENTS AND BENEFITS
Section 4.10Education grant
4.20Special education grant
4.30Travel, removal and shipment entitlements
4.40Installation grant [discontinued as of 1 July 1990]
4.50Annual leave
4.60Home leave
4.70Separation payments
4.71Repatriation grant
4.72Termination indemnity and end-of-service grant
4.73Death grant
4.80Mission subsistence allowance
4.90Paternity leave
4.100Rest and Recuperation
5PENSIONS
Section 5.10Pensionable remuneration
5.20Special index for pensioners
5.30Retirement age (mandatory)
5.40Other pension matters
5.50Pensionable remuneration (ungraded officials)
6SOCIAL SECURITY
Section 6.10Health and life insurance
7CONDITIONS OF SERVICE IN THE FIELD
Section 7.10General review of conditions of service in the field
7.20Classification of duty stations according to conditions of life and work
7.30Pre-departure expenses
7.40Hazardous duty stations
7.41Security Evacuation Allowance
7.50General Service staff at field duty stations
8JOB CLASSIFICATION
8.1GENERAL ISSUES
Section 8.1.10Definitions of Professional level and General Service work
8.1.20Common Classification of Occupational Groups
8.1.30Job classification and career development
8.1.40Divergent grading patterns
8.1.50Other classification issues
8.1.60Linked grades
8.2PROFESSIONAL AND HIGHER CATEGORIES
Section 8.2.10Master Standard (Tier I)
8.2.20Tier II Standards
8.2.30Tier III Standards
8.2.40Project posts
8.2.50Classification Standard for the Professional and Higher Categories
8.3GENERAL SERVICE AND RELATED CATEGORIES
Section 8.3.10General principles
8.3.20Classification standards for New York
8.3.30Classification standards for Vienna
8.3.40Classification standards for Geneva
8.3.50Classification standards for Addis Ababa
8.3.60Global classification standards for non-headquarters duty stations
8.3.70Classification standards for Baghdad and Santiago
8.3.80Universal Classification Standard for the General Service and related Categories
8.4OTHER CATEGORIES
Section 8.4.10Field Service category
9OTHER PERSONNEL POLICIES
Section 9.10Standards of recruitment
9.20Special measures for the recruitment of women
9.30Equitable geographical distribution
9.40Competitive examinations and alternative selection procedures
9.50Career development and promotion policy
9.60Training and development
9.70Performance appraisal and recognition of merit
9.80Mobility of staff
9.90Contractual arrangements (types of appointments)
9.100Human resources planning
9.110Inter-organization Agreement concerning transfer, secondment or loan of staff among the organizations applying the United Nations common system of salaries and allowances
9.120Review of the Pay and Benefits System
10COMMON STAFF REGULATIONS
Section 10.10Harmonization of staff regulations
11STAFF/MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
Section 11.10Administration of justice
12REPORTING AND MONITORING FUNCTION
Section 12.10Implementation of the Commission's recommendations and decisions
13OTHER ISSUES
Section 13.10Standards of conduct of the international civil service
13.20Recommendations of the group of high-level inter-governmental experts to review the efficiency of the administrative and financial functioning of the United Nations ("Group of 18")
13.30Security and independence of the international civil service
13.40Reports of Board of Auditors