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Unions secure important concessions in One HMPPS dispute

Napo, UNISON and GMB/SCOOP have published their latest joint trade union update on the One HMPPS dispute.
  • Napo, UNISON and GMB/SCOOP have secured important concessions in their One HMPPS dispute

  • Concessions include an enforceable Implementation Agreement that will be shared with the unions before the end of the year

  • Unions lodged the dispute on 4 October citing seven principle areas including lack of engagement with TUs and the threat to the integrity of the probation profession

Napo, UNISON and GMB/SCOOP have published their latest joint trade union update on the One HMPPS dispute.

The update details important concessions the unions have recently secured since entering into dispute with HMPPS in October this year.

Crucially, HMPPS have agreed to issue a revised and enforceable Implementation Agreement that will allow the unions to protect and promote members’ interests, whilst maintaining a principled opposition to the One HMPPS programme.

Click the link to read the update in full which includes background to the dispute and the response from the One HMPPS Dispute Panel JTU57-2023 One HMPPS Unions Secure Important Concessions

One Response

  1. If there is such a dire shortage of probation qualified staff then why is HMPPS allowing people with a PO qualification to leave on voluntary exit schemes as part of One HMPPS whilst running a scheme to attract leavers back to the service ? https://prisonandprobationjobs.gov.uk/roles-at-hmpps/overview-of-the-probation-officer-role/other-ways-to-become-a-probation-officer/returners-scheme/

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