High Court to hear equal pay claims after Birmingham City Council appeal fails

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  • I worked as a bus guide and lunchtime supervisor then classroom assistant at a special needs school in birmingham from 1997 to 2006. Can I still claim as I thought the cut of was 6 months I am now aware it is 6 years. I am desperate to find out. If I knew 7 or 8 weeks ago I could have got my claim in. Please someone give me some advice. I still work at the school now employed with NHS as nurses assistant and have done so since 2006.

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  • In response to the above comment. Yes you are still eligible to claim, the deadline is the 30 April 2012 therefore, you need to do this ASAP. Contact Leigh Day & Co Solicitors, who should be able to assist you further.

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  • i worked for birmingham city council from 2000-2010, starting from an administrative assistant and finalky becoming a qualified social worker.... will i be eligible to make a claim... and if so how do i go about it

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  • I have worked for Birmingham L.E.A for six years as a classroom assistant in a Nursery school. Previously I worked for Sandwell LEA for over twenty years split service . Ididnt recieved an equal pay award due to lack of information, am I still entitled to put a claim in for Birmingham

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  • Can I still claim for equal pay. I work for a school for 10 year as a lunchtime supervisor

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  • Domestic cleaners and kitchen assistants in an alzeimers home working for Newport Council Gwent as well as other care homes are not entitled to any equal pay claim for these positions as our job evaluation scores is to low thus that means a comparator cannot be found, but as i am aware in other councils they have found comparators for these positions. Due to other councils paying out for these positions make this a legitimate claim.

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