What the NPS pay deal means for CRCs

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Napo are starting a ballot of NPS members on a new probation pay system. Although Treasury rules and politics dictate that this offer only applies directly to NPS staff – and therefore only NPS staff can be vote on the offer – Napo thinks its implementation would have a huge and almost immediate impact on CRCs. Napo is therefore explaining to all our CRC members what we think the offer means in CRC’s and what our strategy will be to achieve similar or better deals for CRC members.

Click here for a summary of the NPS offer for your reference

1. Ignoring the deal not an option for CRCs or Government

2. Competition isn't really popular with privateers or ministers

3. Timing critical to on-going contract renegotiations

4. Napo strategy

JOIN NAPO – Stronger and more effective when united

Napo is the largest union in probation. We are also recognised as a professional association, meaning we’ll be leading the debate on professional standards for staff at all grades (This also means members can claim a tax rebate on Napo membership). Our effectiveness increases when all members are engaged and contributing to debates, such as what these standard should look recognise. Growing membership in all parts of probation also shows employers that we are the credible voice for probation staff.

In short, the more members we have the stronger and more effective we are. Membership also gives individuals the best employment insurance available – with access to employment, pensions and legal advice with any problems at work. Napo membership is cheaper via Direct Debit (click here for subscription rates) and the full cost can be recovered via Napo Extra Members’ discounts and benefits.

IF YOU ARE ALREADY A MEMBER ENCOURAGE A COLLEAGUE TO JOIN TODAY!

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