Join the Supermarket Equal Pay Claim
When two jobs in the same company are equally as demanding, employees deserve to be paid equally. That should be a given, but when it comes to supermarkets, it isn’t.
Across Britain, thousands of men and women are working long hours in supermarket stores. They are the face of their companies, interacting with customers on a daily basis. Their work is physical, challenging and exhausting. Yet, they are paid less than their colleagues in warehouses and distribution centres.
We are Leigh Day, a law firm challenging this unequal situation with the Equal Pay Now campaign. We are taking the case to an employment tribunal on a ‘no win-no fee’ basis. We believe the claim that store and warehouse workers do jobs of equal value is a strong and winnable one. We have already brought an equal pay claim against ASDA to the Supreme Court, where the supermarket has one more chance of defending itself against cases involving 35,000 employees.
As specialist dealing with group claims involving large corporations, we understand how supermarkets often overlook the fair treatment of their employees. That is why we are dedicated to providing expert and transparent client care to every individual we help. Every supermarket worker should have fair access to justice and the guarantee of equal pay.
If the claim is successful, not only will supermarket store workers finally be paid equally, but they will also be able to claim up to six years of back pay.
More than 40,000 Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Co-op employees have signed up to Equal Pay Now already. Join them today and become part of a movement that is pushing for change.
All we are asking for is fair treatment. Nothing more, nothing less.
Achieving it for all
…Equal pay is something we are entitled to and we should be fighting and striving towards achieving it for all
A must for unappreciated staff members
Having heard about this from a few colleagues I feel it's a must for unappreciated staff members.
It’s good what you’re doing
It's good what you’re doing. From my experience in working in my branch the majority of women are doing unappreciated, heavy work which should be paid equally to those in the distribution centres