An employee claiming equal pay needs to find a 'comparator' of the opposite sex who is being paid more and:
- is employed by the same employer or an associated employer;
- works at the same establishment, or one which has terms and conditions of employment in common; and
- whose job involves similar levels of skill, effort and responsibility.
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