Thèmes - Retention of staff
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8. The Committee recognizes the importance of retaining key staff to support the timely implementation of the completion strategy. It also recognizes the special features of the Tribunals, including the fact that a large proportion of their staff perform specialized functions not readily available within the United Nations System. Under the circumstances, the Committee considers the use of a retention incentive, pursuant to the terms of Annex III of the Staff rules, to be an option, in as much as it would enable the Tribunals to retain required staff until their posts are abolished. The Committee recommends that consideration be given to increasing the number of years of service required, before key staff become eligible for the retention incentive from 2 to 5 years of continuous service, until the post is abolished. In the present circumstances, the retention incentive would become effective from the biennium 2008/2009.
9. The Committee further recommends that the administrative arrangement s for retention incentives be based on an ad-hoc decision of the General Assembly, rather than an amendment of staff rules.