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United Nations: Key Compensation Elements Should Be Reviewed to Address Costs and Sustainability
Thomas Melito (au)
The United Nations (UN) General Assembly has expressed concerns about the relatively large and growing portion of the UN budget spent on total compensation. The U.S. contributes 22% of the UN's regular budget. UN total compensation consists of salary, benefits, and allowances. Since its inception in 1945, the UN has based salaries for its professional employees on salaries for the U.S. civil service. In 2013, GAO reported that the UN sets its salaries between 110% to 120% of U.S. civil service salaries, and that UN salaries were 116.9% of U.S. civil service salaries in 2012. UN salaries increased to 119.6% in 2013. GAO also recommended that the UN clarify its process for comparing salaries for UN professional staff with U.S. civil service salaries. This report (1) examines similarities between UN and U.S. government benefits and allowances and compares their monetary values; and (2) examines UN efforts to address concerns about the sustainability of total compensation costs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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