Gender pay gap | Asda accused of 'exploiting & undervaluing' female staff amid equal pay row

Asda accused of 'exploiting & undervaluing' female staff amid equal pay row

Asda has been accused of ‘exploiting and undervaluing’ female workers by paying them less than some male colleagues.

As reported by the Guardian and Glasgow Live, the GMB union has claimed the supermarket giant is paying thousands of female store staff up to £3 an hour less than their male counterparts working in company warehouses.

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