Register Your Interest for a Tesco Store Equal Pay Claim

Register for a Tesco Equal Pay Claim

After you click, we will ask you a few questions about your Tesco work history.

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Full time current and former Tesco store workers may be due up to £ 30,000 in backpay

If you worked at  a Tesco store at anytime in the last 6 years, you may qualify to register.

If you ever worked at a Tesco store in the last 6 years, you Qualify to Register.

Fill out the contact form on this page. Enter your full legal name.

After you click, we will ask you some basic questions about your Tesco work history.

These questions should only take a few minutes to complete. We will use this information to determine if you qualify to register for a potential Tesco equal pay claim.

It is free to register your interest. 
If we proceed with a claim for you, we, in due course, ask you to sign up to certain documents.  This will be on a no-win no-fee basis, meaning you will not have to pay us anything unless we get you compensation.

You can read more about our firm here.


Qualifying current and former Tesco store workers may be due thousands of pounds in compensation as a result of not having been paid the equivalent to Tesco distribution centre workers.

Current and Former Tesco store workers may be entitled to thousands of pounds each.


Time Limitations Apply

Tesco May Have Illegally Underpaid Its Store Workers

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How to Find Out if You Have a Claim

It is alleged that Tesco pays its warehouse workers as much as £3 an hour more than its store workers. 

Over the course of a year, this could mean a distribution worker earns over £5,000 a year more than store-based staff.



If you would like to speak to someone today, please call us at:

+44 20 3868 1144 

Tesco store workers who were employed full time for the last 6 years may be due up to £30,000 in back pay.

Our legal team has successfully represented tens of thousands of workers and consumers.

Our lawyers have appeared in courts and tribunals across England & Wales, litigated significant complex group-action cases, and co-founded the world's largest private litigation finance firm. We embrace challenges and are proud of the results we've obtained for our clients.

If you have any questions about us or the Tesco equal pay claims investigation, please feel free to call us at: +44 20 3868 1144 

200,000 Tesco Store Workers May Be Owed Backpay

Tesco is facing legal action for up to £4 billion in back pay from thousands of shopworkers.

Shopworkers who were employed full time for the last 6 years may be due up to £20,000 in back pay.





Current and Former Tesco Store Workers May Be Entitled to Thousands of Pounds Each.

Our legal team has successfully represented tens of thousands of workers and consumers.

If you have any questions about us or the underpaid wages claims, please feel free to call or text us at: 01474771667

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It is alleged that Tesco pays its warehouse workers as much as £3 an hour more than its shop assistants. 

Due to limitation laws, there is a limited time you have to start a claim.

If you wait too long to sign-up for a claim, you may not get as much compensation as you are due. Or your claim may be thrown out completely.

We encourage you to sign-up as quickly as possible in order to get as much compensation as you deserve.





Tesco May Have Illegally Underpaid its Store Workers


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200,000 Tesco Store Workers May Be Owed Backpay

Tesco is facing legal action for up to £4 billion in back pay from thousands of shopworkers.

We believe that anyone, male or female, who has worked at a Tesco store in England or Wales in the last six years is eligible to make a claim.

Time Limits Apply

Due to limitation periods, you have a limited time to start a claim.

If you wait too long to sign-up for a claim, you may not get as much compensation as you are due. Or your claim may be thrown out completely.

We encourage you to sign-up as quickly as possible in order to get as much compensation as you deserve.

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We are investigating legal claims on behalf of Tesco workers who may have been underpaid as much as £30,000 each.

Tesco has been accused of paying its store workers £3 less per hour than its warehouse workers.

Tesco Store Workers May Register Interest in a Compensation Claim

We believe that anyone, male or female, who has worked at a Tesco store in England or Wales in the last six years is eligible to make a claim.

We act on a strict no-win, no-fee basis. As our client, you will not pay us anything up front. Our success fee is up to 45% of any compensation we recover for you plus expenses. If we do succeed, a portion of the damages awarded to you will cover our costs and expenses.





About Us

We are investigating legal claims on behalf of Tesco workers who may have been underpaid as much as £30,000 each.

Tesco has been accused of paying its store workers £3 less per hour than its warehouse workers.


Shopworkers who were employed full time for the last 6 years may be due up to £30,000 in back pay.

Tesco Store Workers May Register Interest in a Compensation Claim

 

We act on a strict no-win, no-fee basis. As our client, you will not pay us anything up front. Our success fee is 45% of any compensation we recover for you plus expenses. If we do succeed, a portion of the damages awarded to you will cover our costs and expenses.


Over the course of a year, this could mean a distribution worker earns over £5,000 a year more than store-based staff.

Register Your Interest for a Tesco Store Equal Pay Claim

How to Find Out if You Have a Claim