TitlePersonnel questions : resolutions / adopted by the General Assembly.
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Requests the Secretary-General to strengthen the role and emphasize the authority of the Office of Human Resources Management of the Secretariat; requests the Secretary-General to take every available measure to ensure, at the senior and policy-formulating levels of the Secretariat, the equitable representation of Member States, in particular of developing countries; reaffirms that no post should be considered the exclusive preserve of any Member States or group of States; requests the Secretary-General to submit to the General Assembly at its 46th session a report on the implementation of a competitive examination for posts at the P-3 level in 2 occupational groups; requests the Secretary-General to pursue efforts towards the establishment of a comprehensive career development system for all categories of staff and to continue efforts to develop further and refine classification and evaluation systems and promotion procedures as an integral part of the vacancy management system; requests the Secretary-General to continue the review of staff-management activities and of the cost of staff representation; affirms that secondment is not in conflict with Articles 100 and 101 of the Charter of UN and can be beneficial to both UN and Member States; requests the Secretary-General to exercise flexibility in the application of the desirable ranges in individual recruitment cases keeping in view all parts of the present resolution.
Adopted at the 72nd plenary meeting, 21 Dec. 1990. In: Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session, Volume 1, 18 September-21 December 1990. - A/45/49. - 1991. - p. 323-327. - (GAOR, 45th sess., Suppl. no. 49).