Record Payout for Employee Sexually Harassed at Work

An employer has been ordered to pay over $300,000 in compensation – plus legal costs – to its employee after she was found to have been sexually harassed at work.

In a case heard in late 2015, Amanda Collins gave evidence of the sexual harassment she had to endure from her manager and owner of the local Post Office where she worked, David Smith.  Mr Smith pestered Ms Collins for sex, offered to pay her money if she would let him engage with her in sexual behaviour, send lewd text messages and wrote a poem in a card to her, begging for sex.

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