(2) At its 26th session (March 1965: CO-ORDINATION/R.488, paras. 26-27), the CCAQ re-examined the matter (see COORD/CC/SP/115) and concluded that there was not yet a basis for a common policy on issues such as the criteria for determining the date of payment of the certificate. the relationship between the special allowance and transport; the length of the waiting time, if any; the maximum duration of the aid; Convenient to follow when higher-level tasks have been performed repeatedly for short periods of time. However, it was agreed that « if a higher level of performance is recognized financially, this should be done through the allocation of all financial rights of the higher grade rather than a lump sum. » Additional payments would not be eligible for the pension. (1) On its 24. Meeting (March 1963: CO-ORDINATION/R.430, para. 95), the CCAQ examined a study on organizational practices with regard to the special post-delivery allowance (COORD/CC/SO/54 and Add.l). He found that there were many differences in the details, but none seemed so great that urgent action was needed to eliminate them. (3) In the context of a report to the CICS at its 21st session (March 1984) on promotion policy, the CCAQ provided details on the number of staff receiving special rehabilitation (ACC/1984/PER/R.7) Introductory note.
The Staff Regulations or Rules of most, if not all, organizations provide that a staff member may be required to perform, on a temporary basis and without additional remuneration, the duties of posts with a grade higher than his own. However, if he performs these tasks for a certain period of time (or, in some cases, when the higher tasks are performed in the field), additional remuneration is granted. This is usually a specific postal allowance or sometimes an active remuneration. CCAQ discussed this allocation as follows:. . . .