RECENT NEWS

20/04/2018

New advice on NOMS Sickness Policy

Napo’s continued pressure on NOMS over the discriminatory aspects of the new Absence Management Policy has finally produced progress with the publication of a ‘suitable and […]
20/04/2018

Vigil for Justice

Napo members joined lawyers and other justice sector stakeholders at a protest outside the MOJ on 18 April. The aim of the demonstration was to highlight […]
20/04/2018

#WhyWeStrike

International Women’s Day (8 March) saw women around the world strike to raise awareness for the issues they face globally. While Napo had no plans to […]
20/04/2018

Attendance management: enough to make you sick

The probation unions have been in ongoing discussion with NPS management since the introduction of the new Attendance Management Policy in January last year. Napo’s concerns […]
13/04/2018

Napo goes into dispute on IHER chaos

Napo has registered a formal dispute with the NPS over the continuing maladministration of the Ill Health Early Retirement process within the LGPS pension scheme. Since […]
13/04/2018

Impact of minimum wage rise on NPS

The National Minimum Wage increased on 1 April to £7.83 an hour. This might not seem to be a massive amount but it actually means that […]