Tesco is failing to pay supermarket store workers a comparable wage to employees working in its distribution centres. Tesco has been accused of paying distribution centre employees as much as £3 an hour more than store staff. However, store and distribution centre workers do jobs of equal value and should be paid equally. As a result, we believe that current and former Tesco store workers deserve compensation for the money they have not been paid. These Tesco store workers could be owed thousands of pounds each.
At Keller Lenkner UK, we are helping these store workers make an equal pay claim against Tesco.
If you are currently working or have previously worked at a Tesco store in England or Wales at any time in the last six years, you may qualify to join our Tesco equal pay claim.
Signing up is straightforward and costs you nothing as we act on a no win-no fee basis.
JOIN OUR CLAIM TO RECEIVE THE COMPENSATION YOU DESERVE.
We are representing Tesco store workers in a group action claim. When people join a group action, this strengthens their overall position and makes big organisations like Tesco take the matter seriously. A group action increases the Tesco store workers’ chances of success.
By providing claimants with access to specialist litigation lawyers – without having to pay any upfront fees – we aim to hold Tesco to account for not paying its store workers what they are due.
We believe that many Tesco store workers are owed thousands of pounds each. We make the process of claiming back what you are due straightforward. It is free to sign up and takes only a few minutes.
Anyone, male or female, who has worked at a Tesco store in England or Wales in an hourly paid job in the last six years is likely to be eligible to claim.
It is likely that the difference in pay between store and distribution centre workers is due to gender, and that Tesco views the work done by store workers (typically women), as lesser in value. This is unlawful.
However, while female store worker claims will lead the equal pay case, their male colleagues would be eligible for the same level of compensation if successful. To be awarded compensation, both male and female workers must make a claim.
If you are currently or have previously worked at a Tesco store in England or Wales at any time in the last six years, you may qualify to join our group claim.
It is illegal for Tesco to fire you for making a claim.
If you wait too long to sign-up, you may not get all the compensation you are due. Or your claim may be thrown out altogether. So, we encourage you to sign-up quickly to get all the compensation you deserve.
If you are unsure if you have a claim, it is worth contacting us to find out if you may be eligible by contacting us today.
It is free to sign up, and you owe us nothing unless we win and get you the compensation you deserve. *
* We act on a strict no-win, no-fee basis. As our client, you will not pay us anything upfront. If your claim is successful, our success fee is up to 45% of any compensation we recover for you plus expenses. If we succeed, a portion of the damages awarded to your will cover our costs and expenses. We need to charge this fee to cover the work done on your behalf by our expert litigation lawyers to win the claim.
With years of experience working in commercial litigation and a genuine understanding of the inner workings of large defendants, our knowledge of the business world sets us apart from the usual group action law firm.