The essential principle of Equal Pay for men and women is that they should receive equal pay for equal work. In effect, a woman’s terms of employment should be no less favourable than a man’s.

An Employee’s defence may involve issues of performance related pay, experience and length of service or geographical variations for example.

Whilst claims of this type have to be started within six months of the start of the job or at the end of the contract there can be issues in establishing when exactly the clock starts to run from.

The Attwaters Jameson Hill Employment Law team has a proven track record of successfully representing employees claiming to have been treated unfairly and unequally:

We can assist in the preparation of any written or oral submission that you may need to make.

We can also provide advice in the event that you have a claim which should be pursued in an Employment Tribunal.

We offer a range of fee structures to suit our clients’ needs, depending upon the nature each case.

Attwaters Jameson Hill’s dedication to outstanding client service, combined with our considerable expertise in Employment Law, means we offer exceptional value for money for Employees seeking professional advice.

 

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