Have you worked in-store at Next in the past six months?

You may have been underpaid by up to £3 per hour and could be owed thousands in equal pay compensation.

*Our partners 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 a fee of 25% plus VAT, (or a total fee of 30% including VAT at the current rate) of the amount recovered, a fee could be payable for any claim(s) cancelled after the 14-day cooling-off period. 

Why You Could Be Owed £1000s

Your employer should ensure equal treatment for all employees in the terms and conditions of their employment contract when they perform comparable tasks.

Your pay and benefits should be no less favourable than those of your colleagues conducting similar work in distribution centres.

You may have been getting paid up to £3 less per hour than your warehouse counterparts and could claim this back for the past 6 years plus all working hours from the date you sign up to the claim.

For full-time employees, this could amount to over £24,000 in backpay. 

One common misconception is that equal pay only applies where two jobs are the same, and not where workers do different jobs of equal value.

Who Can Claim?

Sales Consultants, Team Coaches or Stockroom Assistants who;

How to Claim

*Our partners 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 a fee of 25% plus VAT, (or a total fee of 30% including VAT at the current rate) of the amount recovered, a fee could be payable for any claim(s) cancelled after the 14-day cooling-off period.

Equal Pay - The Numbers

60,000+

Join over 60,000 other store workers who have joined equal pay claims with our partner law firm.

£24,000+

You could be owed over £24,000 in backpay compensation, reflecting a £2 per hour wage difference for full-time employees over the past six years.

£120+

If you are still working in-store at Next, delaying bringing your claim could reduce your total compensation by over £120 per week.