https://www.channel4.com/news/factcheck/factcheck-qa-the-tesco-equal-pay-dispute This is an interesting case which has been brewing for quite some time now. It involves Tesco shop workers - who are predominantly female - demanding equal pay with those who work in the warehouse - who are predominantly male. Other companies such as Asda, Morrisons, Sainsburys etc will be watching with interest, & I dare say with a fair amount of trepidation, at what ensues, because I believe they all pretty much follow the same pay structure. Me personally, throughout most of my working life I've worked alongside women, & where we've both undertaken a similar job, we've received similar pay for doing that job. That's only fair I think most would agree on that. But the way I see it, shop work & warehouse work are totally different. My son works as a HGV driver for Asda, but prior to that he spent 8 years working on the pick in their warehouse. Even as a young fit lad he found it very tough going & often came home physically shattered. He claims that many females who started on the pick had asked for a transfer to the shop because they were unable to hit their pick targets. So what's the opinions of others on here ? Does working for the same company as an unskilled worker mean everyone should get the same pay ?