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.
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Issues discussed included: Overview & prioritization of HLCM activities, and coordination with UNDG; Security and Safety of Staff ;Benefits, entitlements and insurance related to service-incurred injury, illness, death and disability; Administration of Justice; Decisions/recommendations and issues under review by the ICSC; HLCM Networks; Lessons learned in Haiti.
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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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
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.
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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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.