The Next Equal Pay Claim has started. A large group of Next staff are bringing a claim against Next for equal pay.
Already the case has attracted national media interest. The claim is about the unequal terms between staff in Next's stores and staff in the warehouses and distribution centres.
The store staff are arguing that their work is of equal value and so they should receive no less favourable pay and benefits.
It is not just about lower hourly rates of pay. Our research has found that store staff receive less pay and benefits across the board.
At Pay Justice, it’s our mission to help low paid and unfairly treated workers in the retail sector. Partnered with the best employment law legal teams in the country, we’ve already helped thousands of workers claim back the money they deserve.
But now it's your turn.
The Next staff are being represented by specialist employment lawyers at law firm, Didlaw, on a no win no fee basis.
Click here to read their Factsheet. It explains the claim in plain and simple terms
- Pay Justice have the expertise, knowledge and track record to help you make a claim. Pay expertise should be in the hands of employees, not just employers.
- Pay Justice is committed to helping you claim your rights. We aim to provide the tools, information and expert advice to enable you to overcome the barriers to making equal pay claims
- Pay Justice are passionate about helping employees claim equal pay. The law relies on individuals making equal pay claims.