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Briefing - The Equality Bill - are some still more equal than others?

In the latest of a string of public sector equal pay cases, the Public and Commercial Services Union is bringing a claim on behalf of 38 women who work at the DVLA, an agency of the Transport Department, on the basis that they are being paid £5,000 a year less than men doing similar jobs. The union alleges that this has resulted in a 21% gender wage gap.

With the publication of the Equality Bill earlier this year, are employers facing a surge in equal pay claims, asks Johanne Westcott?

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December 4, 2009

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