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Equal Pay Act 1970

Industrial Arbitration Board.

Equal Pay Act 1970

collective pay agreement in the Scottish baking industry.

by Industrial Arbitration Board.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesAward no.3328
The Physical Object
Pagination16p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14925398M
ISBN 100113611374

The equal pay provisions in the Equal Pay Act (NI) apply to all contractual terms, not just those directly related to remuneration, such as holiday entitlement. Although the law on equal pay may seem complicated, its purpose is simple - to ensure that where women and men are doing equal work for the same or an associated employer, they. Castle was then elevated to Secretary of State for Employment and First Secretary of State (–), and successfully intervened in the strike by Ford sewing machinists against pay discrimination. Following this Castle introduced the Equal Pay Act Alma mater: St Hugh's College, Oxford.

  Machinists at Ford’s Dagenham plant, in a story immortalised in the West End musical Made in Dagenham, blazed a trail in for equal pay, two years ahead of the Act.   Equal Pay Act: Barbara Castle’s Fight For Equality A watershed moment in the fight for gender equality, the Equal Pay Act ‘stated that women should receive equal pay for equal work’. If they believed they were paid less than a male counterpart, engaged in similar work, they could take their employer to a tribunal.

  The Equal Pay Act of made it illegal for employers to pay men more than women performing the same job, and yet more than 50 years later Author: Morgan Brinlee. A federal law, the Equal Pay Act (EPA), requires employers to pay men and women equally for doing the same work -- equal pay for equal work. The Equal Pay Act was passed in as an amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act and can be found at 29 U.S.C. §


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The book questioned the belief that woman were happy with their marriages and with motherhood. However, following the Second World War, trade unions and the legislatures of industrialized countries gradually embraced the principle of equal pay for equal work; one example of this process is the UK's introduction of the Equal Pay Act in response both to the Treaty of Rome and the Ford sewing machinists strike of In recent years European trade unions have generally exerted pressure on.

The Equal Pay Act gets more specific when all workers are employed to: Do 'like work' meaning work that is the same or broadly similar. Perform work rated as equivalent under a job evaluation study.

Do work found to be of equal value in terms of skill, effort, or decision making. Referenced from the Lawrite Employment Guide UK. Barbara's biggest achievement, of course, was the Equal Pay Act (pdf), introduced in following the strike by women workers at Ford's Dagenham plant.

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