Store Worker Claims

Why You Could be owed


Our partner law firm believes in-store workers should be entitled to the same pay as colleagues in the distribution centres.

This means you may have been underpaid by as much as £3 per hour and could be owed up to six years in back pay.

Employers should treat all employees equally in the terms and conditions of their employment contract if they’re employed to do equal work. 

However, predominately male warehouse workers are being paid considerably more than the mainly female in-store staff.

Leigh Day believe these jobs should be deemed equal value.

Who is eligible to claim?

What could you claim?

If your case is successful, you’ll be entitled to claim up to six years of backpay. This could be over £30,000! You’ll likely receive a well-deserved payrise too.

Take a look at our video to see how the claim works and understand how much you could claim.

Why Choose Us?

leading Workers' Rights Lawyers

Leigh Day, our partner law firm, is the same legal team that helped Uber drivers achieve workers status and the right to paid holiday.

No-Win-No-Fee Claims*

You’ll only have to pay a fee if your case is successful. This will be taken directly from your compensation and agreed upon before you join a claim.

claims Could Be Worth thousands

Recover between £1 – £3 for every hour you’ve worked for the past six years + every hour you work until the case is settled.

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 some legal costs, these will be agreed upon between you and our partner law firm before you start your claim, so there will be no unexpected fees. **A fee could be payable for any claim(s) canceled 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. We act as an intermediary and will refer your case to a legal partner and we may receive a fee for any valid cases.

How Does The Fair Pay Claim Work?