HAVE YOU WORKED IN A MORRISONS STORE, IN THE LAST 6 MONTHS ON AN HOURLY RATE?
Equal Pay For All
Your employer should treat male and female employees equally in the terms and conditions of their employment contract if they’re employed to do equal work. Your pay and benefits shouldn’t be any less favourable than those of your colleagues working in distribution centres carrying out work deemed of equal value.
Who Can Claim?
- Any supermarket store workers who have worked at a Morrisons store in England, Wales or Scotland in the last 6 months.
- Any female or male who is or was paid by the hour.
One common misconception is that equal pay only applies where two jobs are the same, and not where men and women do different jobs of equal value.
Join the Claim
Worked at a Morrisons store on an hourly rate in the last 6 months?
Equal Pay – The Numbers
Over 40,000 workers have already joined across the five supermarket equal pay claims with Leigh Day.
There are thousands of workers who are impacted by these claims.
You could be owed in excess of £10,000.
Leigh Day will pursue the matter for you on a no win no fee agreement*.
*No fees will be payable if your claim is unsuccessful unless you have breached the terms of your agreement with Leigh Day.
Below you will find the answers to some of our most commonly asked questions
Leigh Day will work on a no win no fee** basis, meaning that you will have nothing to pay unless your claim is successful (unless you have breached the terms of your agreement). If your claim is successful, you will pay some legal costs to Leigh Day. These will be agreed between you and Leigh Day before you start your claim, so there will be no unexpected fees.
**A fee could be payable for any claim(s) cancelled after the 14-day cooling-off period. There is no charge if your claim is unsuccessful unless you have breached the terms of your agreement with Leigh Day.
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