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Discrimination Claims negotiates $50,000 for apprentice after dick pic prank

Discrimination Claims has negotiated $50,000 compensation for a 15 year-old apprentice, after he was subjected to a dick pic prank. The young man's boss took a number of photos of his own penis using the worker's phone. Discrimination Claims filed…

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Discrimination is unlawful so why are some businesses allowed to do it?

It is unlawful to discriminate against someone based on an attribute like their race, skin colour, pregnancy status, disability, sex, gender, or sexual orientation, so why are some businesses and organisation allowed to do it? For example, why was Victoria's…

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New mum wins $25,000 after she was refused flexible work hours

Discrimination Claims has won a new mother $25,000 compensation after her employer dismissed her because she refused to return to work full-time. During a three day trial in the Industrial Relations Commission, the Queensland-based employment agency where the woman worked…

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This dick drawn in dust costs company $12,500 – Discrimination Claims

Employee advocacy firm Discrimination Claims has helped a young painter win $12,500 compensation, after his workmates jokingly scribbled a sexually suggestive message into a dusty window louvre. Ben worked for the Queensland-based painting contract company for three years, but said…

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Discrimination Claims wins $20,000 for sexually harassed young worker

A young marketing co-ordinator who was sacked after complaining about constant sex discrimination and sexual harassment by her managers has won $20,000 compensation. *Amanda worked for the Queensland-based heavy machinery business since she was 17 years-old, and said it didn’t…

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