Irregular procedure

 

These judgments concern irregular procedure:

  • No. 19: 10 February 2007 (PDF, 109kb) - An unsuccessful candidate for promotion challenged the regularity of the procedure followed before the Joint Advisory Board on the ground that the Secretary-General had refused to communicate to it the opinion of the selection panel.
  • No. 20: 25 June 2007 (PDF, 109kb) - The applicant challenged the termination of his appointment following suppression of his post, alleging prejudice arising from delays in establishing his performance appraisal reports.
  • No. 21: 25 June 2007 (PDF, 109kb) - The applicant, whose post had been suppressed and who was offered an invalidity pension, no causal link between the two having been established, asked for a letter of apology and for compensation for moral prejudice.
  • No. 29: 27 March 1998 (PDF, 170kb) - The applicant, who had been suspended first with, then without pay, challenged the disciplinary proceedings on the ground that the adversarial principle had been breached.
  • No. 33: 9 December 1998 (PDF, 157kb) - The applicant, alleging procedural irregularities, asked the Tribunal to annul the decision to terminate his appointment following suppression of his post and after an unsuccessful probationary period in another post.
  • No. 34: 18 March 1999 (PDF, 149kb) - The applicant, whose post had been suppressed, alleged that he had suffered prejudice as a result of a letter sent by a senior OECD official to the German Delegation to the OECD wondering about the objectivity of a report the applicant had been commissioned to prepare for the German Finance Ministry.
  • No. 53: 18 April 2002 (PDF, 167kb) - The applicant, who had refused to take up duty in the post to which she was transferred, challenged the resulting decision to dismiss her. The Tribunal discussed the admissibility of some of the submissions.

  • No. 58: 7 April 2005 (PDF, 137kb) - The applicant challenged the Secretary-General’s decision to suspend him with pay pending the outcome of disciplinary proceedings.

  • No. 65: 28 May 2009 (PDF, 268kb) - The applicant challenged the Secretary-General’s decision not to take any further action on her complaint of having been subjected to harassment by several of her colleagues.

  • No. 72: 6 May 2013 (PDF, 225kb) - The applicant challenged the Secretary-General’s decision to reassign her to a position of the same category and grade as the previous one without following the established procedure, pretending that her previous post had been suppressed beforehand

 

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