09/11/2018

#PayUnity

Napo members voted to accept the NPS pay offer by an overwhelming 98% (with over a 60% turnout). Since the offer was made Napo has engaged […]
18/10/2018

NPS Pay Offer – clarification on future pay progression

Napo HQ and local Napo reps are being regularly asked about what happens in terms of pay progression in April 2020. We believe that confusion has […]
12/10/2018

What the NPS Pay Deal means for the CRCs

Starting on Monday, 15th October, Napo will be balloting our NPS members on a new probation pay system. Although Treasury rules dictate that this offer only […]
12/10/2018

Napo to ballot NPS members on probation pay offer

After prolonged negotiations aimed at reforming the probation pay system, a final offer has been made by the HMPPS. If accepted in union member ballots, the […]
10/10/2018

Ian Lawrence addresses AGM

Napo General Secetary, Ian Lawrence, addressed Napo’s AGM on the Saturday morning of conference, 6th October. In his speech he reaffirmed the union’s commitment to to […]
17/08/2018

NPS pay negotiations due to start on 22 August

NPS Pay Reform negotiations are due to re-start with 3 days of negotiations on 22nd August. This comes after negotiations stopped over a year ago, when […]
27/07/2018

Ian Lawrence Writes (part 2): The facts about our pay claim and negotiations

It’s hardly surprising that we have received a substantial number of individual enquiries from members this week who were understandably angry (as was I) after seeing […]
19/06/2018

HM Treasury agree that Probation pay talks can get underway

Following months of prevarication,and the disappointment of undelivered promises from Ministers, I have received news from HMPPS this afternoon to confirm that the Treasury has now […]
18/05/2018

Napo and UNISON members stage joint protest over pay

Napo and UNISON members working in probation have today staged protests demanding a fairer pay deal and process. Members took to the streets with placards and […]
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 […]