While members have been asked to vote on the outcomes from the 2015-16 pay negotiations, we have wasted no time in pressing NOMS to engage with us to consider how we can get to grips with reviewing the probation pay system that was agreed way...Read more
Ian Lawrence's Blog
The Officers have agreed the recommendation from the Napo negotiators to ask our members in the NPS and CRCs to signal their acceptance of a pay offer which has been made to the NNC Joint Secretaries this week. This has emerged from the...Read more
Great aspirations for sure, but will the E3 implementation blueprint due out on Monday provide the means for the National Probation Service to lay claim to them over the next 12 months?
There won't be many of our members in the NPS and the...Read more
I write this whilst keeping an eye on the news to see what comes of Business Minister Sajid Javid’s belated trip to Port Talbot, to explain to unions and workers exactly what his government have been doing to save the last vestiges of the UK...Read more
This week’s meeting of your National Executive Committee saw a number of important decisions which means we can all go into the bank holidays with some good news for members.
Following some excellent...Read more
Next week’s meeting of Napo’s National Executive Committee (NEC) will be considering news on a number of key issues which will help determine the way that Napo engages with employers.
These will include the initial response to the ‘...Read more
Yesterday’s meeting of the National Negotiating Council saw a full and frank but highly productive discussion between the employers and ourselves over the job evaluation (JE) results that were published last week.
In advance of this I had...Read more
A pretty testing week for your team of Officials, as we went about our usual eclectic mix of activities which, for my part included a trip to visit members in Sheffield and Rotherham along with Ranjit on Tuesday, as part of the engagement...Read more