Means that females should receive the same pay as males if they are employed in similar work and under similar conditions.
The principle that men and women should receive the same payment when they perform the same work. amily leave The right of workers to take a certain amount of their accrued sick leave each year to meet their family responsibilities. It is also known as personal carersâ€(tm) leave. A family member is defined as either a member of your household or a member of your immediate family and includes same sex partners.
Equal pay means that men and women receive the same level of pay as employees of the opposite sex who are performing equal work. Any differences must be objectively justifiable by reasons unrelated to
A term derived from the Equal Pay Act 1970 giving an individual the right to the same contractual pay and benefits as another individual of the opposite sex in the same employment where men and women undertake similar work.
Under Section 1 of the Equal Pay Act 1970, where a worker of one gender is engaged in like work (work of the same or broadly the same nature), if his or her job is rated as equivalent (under a proper non-discriminatory job evaluation study) or is of equal value in terms of skill, effort and judgment, as that of a worker of the other gender working at the same establishment (or vice versa) a claim for redress may be made to an industrial tribunal. The only exception is where an employer can demonstrate a genuine (non-sex related) material factor (GMF) differentiating the job and that of the comparator.