pay claim

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: claim - the wage demanded from management for workers by their union representatives
demand - an urgent or peremptory request; "his demands for attention were unceasing"
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Q I saw that Tesco is facing a big equal pay claim where some women could get PS20,000 in back pay.
Trade unions representing council workers across Scotland, including UNISON, Unite and GMB, have submitted their latest pay claim to local government leaders.
Law firm Leigh Day said the case is the UK's largest ever private sector equal pay claim, involving women who felt they were paid less than others in the company despite doing work of equal value.
THE narrative leading to the Library of Birmingham being regarded as a White Elephant began with the Conservative and Liberal Democrat Coalition's blind disregard for its women employee's equal rights and pay claim (Letters, November 9).
DEAR Editor, In 2006, female employees of Birmingham City Council decided to launch an equal pay claim for parity in pay with male colleagues.
My partner is a nursery nurse and she's still waiting for her equal pay claim.
"The Supreme Court judges decided that the High Court does have jurisdiction to hear an equal pay claim when the time limit of six months to bring an equal pay claim in the Employment Tribunal has already expired.
Summary: Network Rail is facing the "largest ever" equal pay claim in the rail industry.
UNIONS representing 1.5m council workers - including thousands in Kirklees - have submitted a 2.5% pay claim, arguing that local authorities could afford the increase.
A pay claim seeking a rise of at least pounds 1,000 a year is being sought for thousands of council workers across Teesside.
Pat Watters president of local authorities organisation CoSLA maintained that the strike was not over a pay claim but a 'grading issue'.