A significant and historic motion was passed yesterday at the 100th NACO Annual General Meeting, to allow the NACO Executive to start formal discussions about a potential transfer of the Union's engagements into SATA, the Supervisory, Administrative and Technical Association, which is the Management Section of USDAW, the Union of Shop, Distributive & Allied Workers.
This effectively opens the door for NACO to formally merge into SATA.
Following the horrific events of Monday evening, NACO asks all Co-operative Group members to follow the guidance sent to us from Angel Square.
Incident at Manchester Arena
Following last night's incident at Manchester Arena our thoughts are with those who lost their lives or have been injured.
If you have any concerns about friends or relatives, Manchester Police have issued an emergency contact number which is 0161 856 9400.
NACO is sending out ballot forms to all Group members to determine their views following an offer of a 2% variable pay pot to all NACO Grades C – F for 2017.
The pay pot will be distributed based upon members’ 2016 performance rating with 3% being offered for “Outstanding” performance down to 1% for “Partially Achieving” rating and a zero increase for any members whose performance has been assessed as “Unacceptable”.