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(b) Subject to satisfactory service, salary increments within the levels shall be awarded on the frst day of the month in which the qualifying period has been met, and annually thereafter, except that any increments above step XI of theAssociate Offcer level, step XIII of the Second Offcer level, step XII of the First Offcer level, step X of the Senior Offcer level and step IV of the Principal Offcer level shall be preceded by two years at the previous step. The Secretary-General is authorized to reduce the interval between salary increments to ten months and twenty months, respectively, in the case of staff who have an adequate and confrmed knowledge of a second offcial language of the Authority.

Rule 3.4 Post adjustment

(a) Post adjustments shall be applied in accordance with paragraph (b) below in the case of staff members in the Professional and higher categories who are assigned to the Authority for one year or more.

(b) (i) The amount of post adjustment for each level and step of the

Professional and higher categories shall be determined by applying the multiplier of the post adjustment classifcation for the duty station, as determined from time to time by the International Civil Service Commission, to 1 per cent of the corresponding net base salary rates.

(ii) A staff member who is entitled to salary at the dependency rate shall be paid post adjustment calculated on the basis of such salary regardless of where the dependants reside.

(c) When a staff member is assigned for less than one year, the Secretary-General shall decide at that time whether to apply the post adjustment and, if appropriate, to pay an assignment grant under rule 7.17 and the mobility and hardship allowance under rule 3.15, or to authorize appropriate subsistence payments. (d) A rental subsidy shall be paid under conditions established by the Secretary-General to staff members who are eligible to receive post adjustments.

Rule 3.5 Salary and wage increments

(a) Satisfactory service for the purpose of awarding a salary increment shall be defned, unless otherwise decided by the Secretary-General in any particular case, as satisfactory performance and conduct of staff members in their assignments as evaluated by their supervisors.

(b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a) of this rule, in the absence of exceptional circumstances, salary increments falling due within a month of the date on which a review of a probationary appointment is due shall be withheld until a permanent appointment has been granted or the probationary period extended. Salary increments granted under this paragraph shall become effective in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (c) below.

Staff Rules, 3.3-3.5

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