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the amount of any payment on account of termination indemnity, repatriation grant or commutation of accrued annual leave shall be adjusted so that the number of months, weeks or days of salary to be paid at the time of the separation after the new appointment, when added to the number of months, weeks, or days paid for prior periods of service, does not exceed the total of months, weeks or days, that would have been paid had the service been continuous. (c) On reinstatement the staff member’s services shall be considered as having been continuous, and the staff member shall return to theAuthority any monies he or she received on account of separation, including termination indemnity under rule 9.4, repatriation grant under rule 9.5 and payment for accrued annual leave under rule 9.7. The interval between separation and reinstatement shall be charged, to the extent possible and necessary, to annual leave, with any further period charged to special leave without pay. The staff member’s sick leave credit under rule 6.2 at the time of separation shall be re-established; the staff member’s participation, if any, in the Joint Staff Pension Fund shall be governed by the Regulations of that Fund.

Rule 4.4

Notifcation by staff members and obligation to supply information

(a) Staff members shall be responsible on appointment for supplying the Secretary-General with whatever information may be required for the purpose of determining their status under the Staff Regulations and Staff Rules or of completing administrative arrangements in connection with their appointments.

(b) Staff members shall also be responsible for promptly notifying the Secretary-General, in writing, of any subsequent changes affecting their status under the Staff Regulations or Staff Rules.

(c) A staff member who intends to acquire permanent residence status in any country other than that of his or her nationality or who intends to change his or her nationality shall notify the Secretary-General of that intention before the change in residence status or in nationality becomes fnal.

(d) A staff member who is arrested, charged with an offence other than a minor traffc violation or summoned before a court as a defendant in a criminal proceeding, or convicted, fned or imprisoned for any offence other than a minor traffc violation shall immediately report the fact to the Secretary-General. (e) A staff member may at any time be required by the Secretary-General to supply information concerning facts anterior to his or her appointment and relevant to his or her suitability, or concerning facts relevant to his or her integrity, conduct and service as a staff member.

Rule 4.5 Geographical distribution

Recruitment on as wide a geographical basis as possible, in accordance with the requirements of staff regulation 4.3(a), shall not apply to posts in the General Service category.

Staff Rules, 4.3-4.5

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