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Equal Pay

Equal Pay Claims can be brought by both employees and self-employed people who have been contracted to execute work personally.

If a person is considering making an equal pay claim they must have a real-life comparator of the opposite sex who is earning more than them, but is doing (i) like work, (ii) work related as equivalent or (iii) work of equal value.

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