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Find out instantly if you could be due thousands in backpay from Next

British fashion retailer Next is facing accusations of significant gender-based pay disparities between its predominantly female shop assistants and its predominantly male warehouse employees. Reports suggest that shop staff may have been paid 24% less than their warehouse counterparts. 

Equal pay lawyers argue that the work performed by shop floor assistants is equivalent to that in Next’s warehouses, warranting equal compensation for both groups. Lawyers have launched group action claims to help recover wages for Next store workers. Joining these claims could potentially result in thousands of pounds in backpay for eligible employees.

The legal bit

Under the Equality Act 2010, UK law, employees should receive equal pay for comparable work, regardless of gender. Legal experts have initiated group action claims to rectify the alleged disparities and secure backpay for affected Next store workers.

Successful claimants in the lawsuit against Next could be owed approximately £6,000 each in backpay. This compensation aims to address the alleged underpayment of shop assistants compared to warehouse employees.

Take action for equal pay

Step 1: Check Your Eligibility

Curious if you qualify for the Next equal pay group action claim? Our eligibility checker provides instant clarity. Answer a few simple questions to determine if you could be eligible to join the lawsuit.

Step 2: Register Your Interest

If you meet the criteria, register your interest with us. We’ll keep you informed about the progress of the case and notify you of any updates regarding a potential claim.

Step 3: Join the Claim

If you decide to proceed, we’ll connect you with a reputable law firm experienced in handling a Next equal pay claim. We partner with leading UK law firms specialising in ensuring justice for workers affected by unequal pay practices.

Addressing unequal pay practices at Next is crucial. Not only for the affected employees but also for promoting fairness and equality in the workplace. By helping to hold companies accountable for gender-based pay disparities, we aim to create a work environment where all employees receive equitable compensation for their contributions.

Your path to potential compensation

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to claim what you rightfully deserve. Use our eligibility checker today to see if you could be owed backpay from Next. 

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