Features

29/01/2019

Napo Securing Improvements to how Ill-Health Early Retirement is Managed

Since the probation split, the number of members experiencing problems progressing Ill-Health Early Retirement (IHER) applications has grown significantly. There has been a particular problem in […]
25/01/2019

Understanding the 85 Year Rule

If you joined the Local Government Pension Scheme before 1st October 2006 and your age and length of service add up to 85 or more you […]
04/01/2019

Make the most of your money with Napo Extra

Resolved to take care of the pennies in the New Year? Don’t’ forget that as a Napo member you have access to a wide range of […]
12/12/2018

Who’s who in Napo

There has been a change to Napo’s National Officer Group since AGM. Following the resignation of Denise Mason as National Vice Chair last month and the […]
07/12/2018

Napo AGM Stress Survey results

Health and Safety Committee’s focus at Napo’s AGM was on workplace stress, with a well attended fringe meeting on mental health and wellbeing and the prevention […]
04/12/2018

Stirrings from the South

David Rosenberg, author of Rebel Footprints, a book about London’s radical history, also does labour history walks around the capital. Last month he was leading a […]
04/12/2018

You couldn’t make it up #5

Here’s a good one from the NPS and our old friends SSCL A recently retired member was due to receive additional payments when leaving the NPS […]
03/12/2018

Help shape the future of Napo: Join Napo’s national TUO Committee

Napo is structured to be a member led trade union. What we do as a union is ultimately decided by you – the members! We need […]
09/11/2018

The Family Court Section AGM took place on Thursday 4 October. This was a successful event which started with a lunch and ended with a social […]
09/11/2018

Members get creative

Jeremy Cameron led a fringe meeting with a difference this year where members flexed their creative muscles and penned crime themed tales. Judges had a hard […]
09/11/2018

Lessons from Lammy

During Friday’s probation professional session, panel members reflected on the Lammy review and the impact (if any) they had seen in their respective fields since the […]
09/11/2018

What about us ask CRC members

As NPS members vote to accept a well deserve pay rise and future pay reform, members in the CRC would be forgiven for wondering if and […]