Compensation for sex toy prank dismissal

A FEMALE truck driver at BHP’s Caval Ridge mine in Queensland has been awarded $6550 by the Fair Work Commission after it found she was unfairly dismissed over a photograph placed on social media depicting a male colleague at an airport check-in with a sex toy and butter knife that she had placed in his luggage.

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Fair Work commissioner Jennifer Hunt found that Tara Odgers, 49, who was employed by BHP subsidiary Central Queensland Services, should be compensated for procedural errors in the respondent's