Staff Federations Address a Letter to the UN Secretary General Requesting that Staff be allowed to Engage in Discussions on the “Future of Work”

The three staff federations of the UN common system, addressed a letter to the UN Secretary General, Mr António Guterres, requesting that the federations representing staff be allowed to engage…

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Mitigating the impact of COVID-19: Staff Federations Request Urgent Post Adjustment Measures to Protect Staff

On 20 March, the three staff Federations of the UN common system, CCISUA, FICSA and UNISERV, addressed a letter to the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) Chairman, Mr. Djakta, highlighting…

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Letter from UN Common System Staff Federations to ICSC Chairman on Social Dialogue and Consensus-building

The three staff Federations of the UN common system, CCISUA, FICSA and UNISERV, representing 120,000 international civil servants worldwide, addressed a letter to ICSC Chairman, Mr. Djakta, expressing disappointment in…

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What the General Assembly Decided on Your Conditions of Service

In the last weeks of December 2019, the UN General Assembly deliberated on changes to conditions of service as proposed by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC). CCISUA representatives advocated…

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New review concludes that inter-agency mobility policies do not serve the needs of organizations or the aspirations of staff well enough

Joint Inspection Unit of the United Nations system Dec. 2019 The concept of inter-agency mobility has long been prominent, but remains limited and the opportunistic application of the 2012 inter-organizational…

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Staff Federations CCISUA and UNISERV release a statement ahead of the Secretary General’s UN Climate Change Summit

The staff federations CCISUA and UNISERV, representing 90,000 personnel, issue a statement supporting the goals and objectives of the Secretary-General’s UN Climate Change Summit to be held at the General…

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How your pay, parental leave and other employment conditions are affected by the recent ICSC meeting

The International Civil Service Commission (ICSC), which makes recommendations on staff’s pay and conditions of service, met in Vienna from 29 July to 9 August for its 89th session. The…

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