Supermarket giant Asda is being urged to solve a "wide-ranging" industry problem of equal pay after a ruling on jobs of equal value.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal decided that jobs in Asda stores were comparable to those in the firm's distribution centre.
Associate Jeremy Coy comments on the far reaching consequences in business of this tribunal hearing and what it means for female equal pay.
Asda pressed on equal pay for female store workers after tribunal hearing is available to read on the Evening Times website.
Jeremy is an associate solicitor in the employment team and advises employers and employees on a breadth of employment law issues such as disciplinary matters, grievances, redundancy, unfair dismissal, discrimination, whistleblowing and Employment Tribunal Litigation.