These judgments concern non-renewal of contract:
- No. 30: 27 March 1998 (PDF, 168kb) - The applicant challenged the decision not to renew his contract based on his behaviour.
- No. 55: 6 June 2002 (PDF, 141kb) - The applicant challenged the Secretary-General’s decision that in view of the applicant’s style of management, it was not in the Organisation’s interest to renew his contract.
- No. 64: 24 February 2009 (PDF, 213kb) - The applicant challenged the Secretary-General’s decision not to renew his contract because of a reorganisation of the applicant’s Service and of doubts about his administrative skills. The Tribunal discussed the admissibility of the application.
- No. 67: 23 March 2010 (PDF, 212kb) - The applicant alleged that the decision not to renew her contract was tainted by discrimination based on the state of her health. The Tribunal discussed the admissibility of the application.
- No. 68: 15 March 2011 (PDF, 232kb) - The applicant, whose fixed-term appointment came to an end while her health condition resulting from a work-accident was not settled, asks the Tribunal to annul the decision of the Secretary-General rejecting her request for renewal of her appointment and to grant her payment of her salary for the period comprised between the end of her contract and the date of consolidation of her state of health. She also claims damages on the basis of the financial, physical and moral injuries caused.
- No. 69: 24 March 2011 (PDF, 236kb) - Having unsuccessfully challenged the Secretary-General’s decision not to renew her consultancy appointment before French courts, the applicant asks the Tribunal to make use of Article 4 of the Rules of Procedure, allowing it, “in exceptional cases”, to declare admissible an application filed after expiry of the time limit. She also claims the payment of various sums to compensate her for the prejudice resulting from the end of her appointment.
- No. 73: 7 February 2014 (PDF, 232kb) - The Applicant contest the decision of the Secretary-General to terminate his appointment and to not grant him an open-ended contract after more than fifteen years at the service of the Organisation. He requests his reinstatement within the OECD with an open-ended contract or failing that the payment of the equivalent of four years of salary including pension entitlements
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