2020 Report of the 73rd session of the FICSA Council

2020 - Report on the Standing Committee on SMR - FICSA/C/73/SMR/R.1

The FICSA Standing Committee on Staff/Management Relations advises the Executive Committee on:

  • Labour relations: including consultation and negotiation
  • Joint staff-management bodies: including a system wide inventory and identifying best practice
  • Partnership and recognition agreements: including the development of model agreements
  • Strengthening staff representation: including FICSA organized workshops, development of training material, guidelines and Handbook for Staff Representatives
  • Access to governing bodies by associations and unions: including a system wide inventory and best practice
  • Organizational reform and its impact on staff representation: including the development of strategies to enhance the representation of staff in reform initiatives
  • Relations with inter-agency bodies: including the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC), the HR Network, High Level Committee on Management (HLCM), Chief Executives Board (CEB) and subsidiary working groups and task forces

 

Resources:

Staff-management relations in the times of COVID-19 - Eva Moller, FAO Rome

The importance and status of duty of care in the UN system - Karina Pedersen, former FICSA intern  - Evelyn Kortum, FICSA General Secretary

FICSA Survey on Arrangements for Staff Associations August 2020

 

 

 

 

 

STANDING COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES

Labour relations

Labour relations including consultation and negotiation

Joint staff-management bodies

Joint staff-management bodies including a system-wide inventory and identifying best practices

Partnership and recognition agreements

Partnership and recognition agreements including the development of model agreements. 

Strengthening staff representation

Strengthening staff representation including FICSA-organized workshops, development of training material, guidelines and publication of the Handbook for Staff Representatives

Access to governing bodies by associations and unions

Access to governing bodies by associations and unions, including a system-wide inventory and best practices

Organizational reform and its impact on staff representation

Organizational reform and its impact on staff representation, including the development of strategies to enhance the representation of staff in reform initiatives

Relations with inter-agency bodies

Relations with interagency bodies including the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC), the HR Network, High Level Committee on Management (HLCM), Chief Executives Board (CEB) and subsidiary working groups and task forces

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