Brokers have been warned they could find themselves being hauled up before employment tribunals following the introduction of new equal-pay questionnaires that allow female staff to find out how much their male equivalents are being paid.
The new questionnaires are just part of a whole raft of changes to employment law covering sex and age discrimination which are expected to result in a surge in claims. According to the latest figures from the Employment Tribunal Service, average awards for
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