We have received “offers from NOMS in respect of both Non PSPRB Phase 1 Grades & Non Phase 1 Grades. More details will follow and a membership ballot will be conducted once the crucial national ballot on defending jobs, pay and pensions, has been concluded. We have also applied for facility time to hold members meetings to discuss pay.
The results of the 2011 Ministry of Justice Group Executive elections are now available.
Members have voted in favour of industrial action at the OPG. The OPG is to be relocated to the midlands with the potential loss of 177 jobs in London. We want the employer to honour Cabinet Office protocols in relation to compulsory redundancy avoidance measures.
Following the close of the nomination and balloting process for the MoJ Group Executive, the GEC for 2010 - 2011 is detailed as follows:
Members are growing increasingly frustrated by apparent management intransigence in addressing the issues arising from increased motoring costs. Staff who use their own private motor vehicles for MoJ business purposes are increasingly out of pocket, particularly if they undertake significant mileage in the course of their duties.