A court case demanding Asda to give £225m of backdated pay to staff could set a precedent for wholesalers with symbol groups to set equal wages for employees.
An investigation by RN and its sister title Retail Express found wholesalers on average are paying female staff in centrally owned shops £1.11 less per hour than male warehouse operators. Equal pay legislation states wages for…
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