Asda reignites ‘equal value’ row with pay offer to warehouse staff

Asda fascia and trolley park Swindon

Asda has reignited a long-running equal pay row after being accused of offering male staff a larger pay rise than female employees.

The GMB Scotland union has hit out at the disparity in pay between the shopfloor and warehouse workers, saying it will widen the gender pay gap that has been at the heart of a long-running legal battle.

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