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allowance in an amount suffcient to meet the requirements of subparagraph (a) will be paid until such time as it is overtaken by increases in net remuneration at the Professional level.

Rule 3.7 Special post allowance

(a) Staff members shall be expected to assume temporarily, as a normal part of their customary work and without extra compensation, the duties and responsibilities of higher level posts.

(b) Without prejudice to the principle that promotion under staff rule 4.12 shall be the normal means of recognizing increased responsibilities and demonstrated ability, a staff member who is called upon to assume the full duties and responsibilities of a post at a clearly recognizable higher level than his or her own for a temporary period exceeding three months may, in exceptional cases, be granted a non pensionable special post allowance from the beginning of the fourth month of service at the higher level.

(c) When a staff member in the General Service category is required to serve in a higher level post in the Professional category, or when a staff member in any category is required to serve in a post which is classifed more than one level above his or her level, the allowance may be paid from the date the staff member assumes the higher duties and responsibilities.

(d) The amount of the special post allowance shall be equivalent to the salary increase (including post adjustment and dependency allowances, if any) which the staff member would have received had the staff member been promoted to the next higher level.

Rule 3.8

Overtime and compensatory time off

(a) Staff members in the General Service category who are required to work in excess of the working week established for this purpose shall be given compensatory time off or may receive additional payment in accordance with the following provisions:

(i) Overtime means time worked in excess of the scheduled work day or in excess of the scheduled work week or time worked on offcial holidays, provided that such work has been authorized by the proper authority.

(ii) The scheduled work day means the duration of the working hours in effect at the time on any day of the scheduled work week, less one hour for a meal.

(iii) The scheduled work week consists of the fve working days assigned to the staff member during seven consecutive calendar days. (iv) Compensation shall take the form of an equal amount of compensatory time off for overtime in excess of the scheduled work

Staff Rules, 3.6-3.8

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