Each of the successful 18 men have now received between £27,000 and £31,000 before tax in back pay.
The win also means that the annual wage of the men has gone up by £4,000 on average. The University now looks likely to have to pay out a further £200,000 because another 13 workers, who did not figure in the tribunal, have identical or similar claims. (See http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/460000-men-after-sex-discrimination-7227832.)
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