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Update on internal justice service and related services : report to the board from the human resources committee (English)

The Committee welcomed the update on Internal Justice Service (IJS) and Related Services. Members strongly concurred with Management and Staff Association on the critical importance of a robust internal justice system that is accessible, efficient and transparent, especially during times of change. They commended the progress made during the past years in improving the IJS system, including enhanced outreach and awareness among staff and managers both in headquarters and country offices, an increase in the use of IJS and expanded opportunities for informal conflict resolution. Members appreciated Management’s responsiveness to reflect in this year’s update the findings of the review of the 2009 Reforms to the Appeals Committee (now Peer Review Services) and the World Bank Administrative Tribunal, as well as a briefing from the Office of Ethics and Business Conduct (EBC) on allegations and investigations of retaliation.

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Update on internal justice service and related services : report to the board from the human resources committee (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/765371468133193204/Update-on-internal-justice-service-and-related-services-report-to-the-board-from-the-human-resources-committee