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The Equality Act 2010 (“the Act”) implies a sex equality clause into everyone’s contract of employment, modifying any term that is less favourable to someone of the opposite sex. The provisions of the Act cover all contractual terms such as salary, contractual bonus payments and sick pay entitlement. Complaints concerning non-contractual matters such as access to promotion and discretionary bonus payments are normally brought as sex discrimination claims.
The Act entitles an employee doing equal work to a colleague of the opposite sex in the same employment to claim equal pay where s/he can show that s/he is employed on:
We have substantial experience of defending equal pay claims on behalf of companies and partnerships. Equal pay claims involve lengthy and complex procedures.
If you would like to speak on a confidential basis to one of our solicitors about an equal pay matter, please call us on 0203 178 5361.
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