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Silja Ingolfsdottir

on 25 April 2013

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Transcript of UN HRM

United Nations Founded in 1945
193 member states
44.000 Employees Role in the Global Economy Mission Organisational Structure UN Overview Angela Santos
Gunnhildur Þráinsdóttir
Silja Ingólfsdóttir Employment, Compensation and Benefits Career Management and Good Governance Career Management
Training & Development
Performance Management
Management Style
Retention HRM Challenges Staffing missions in "undesirable locations"
Equitable geographical distribution
Updated technology & policies
Staff integration
Consistent work ethics Recruitment
Base salary
Benefits HRML - 2013 HR Best Practice? Career paths visible
Too bureaucratic for TM
Not much room for critical thinking and creativity
Local vs. Expatriation Compensation differences Annual budget
$ 4,2 billion The UN has four purposes

• to maintain international peace and security;

• to develop friendly relations among nations;

• to cooperate in solving international problems and in promoting respect for human rights;

• and to be a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations. Environmental Influences on HRM HRM in the UN HRML 2013 UN´s HR Framework
Recruitment-standards of efficiency, competence and integrity
Geographical basis & equal participation
Efficient selection
Mobility Career Paths 5 Categories for staff
Of which two are for Expatriates only
3 Main levels of possible advancement within them
2 sub-levels for each main level
Example: Professional and higher categories have levels P-2 to P-7 and D-1 and D-2, the latter only for top professionals.
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