equal pay


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equal pay

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the right of a man or woman to receive the same pay as a person of the opposite sex doing the same or similar work for the same or a similar employer
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Analysis by the TUC published on Equal Pay Day reveals that the gap in annual salaries between top-earning women and top-earning men has hit 54.
It is clear that leaving equal pay to the market to resolve has not worked and never will.
BIRMINGHAM City Council has been accused of taking so long to cough up over a landmark equal pay ruling that some claimants have died waiting.
A WOULD-BE MP in Northumberland is demanding action from the government on equal pay.
NOVEMBER 4 marked Equal Pay Day, the day on which women begin "working for free" until the New Year because of the growing gender pay gap, which equates to 57 days of uncompensated work.
At this rate women will not be on equal terms until 2070 - 100 years after Labour passed the Equal Pay Act.
Anyone who works under a contract of service or of apprenticeship, or a contract to carry out any work or labour, can make an equal pay claim.
The European Commission published the latest figure to mark Equal Pay Day which falls today, 28 February.
BIRMINGHAM City Council has issued GAGGING orders on staff to prevent them talking about cash settlements on their equal pay claims.
Junior Ministers Jennifer McCann and Jonathan Bell today launched the Equality Commission s revised Code of Practice on Equal Pay.
Lily Ledbetter, she of the Lily Ledbetter 1963 Equal Pay Act, has a thing or two to say about on Monday about the 50 ensuing years since former U.
Thompson said she filed an equal pay bill 10 years ago that never made it out of the Senate.

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