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Fair Work Commission dismisses Kim Stevens’ unfair dismissal application in scathing judgment

A woman who sued her employer for unfair dismissal, after she was fired for her frequent tardiness, claimed she was going to bring the “biggest sexual harassment case in Australian history” before launching into a foul-mouthed tirade against colleagues.

Details of Kim Stevens’ conduct were outlined in a recent judgment by Victoria’s Fair Work Commission, including how she refused to use her employer’s attendance recording system because of concerns about “biometric data”, blasting her former workers in an expletive-laden spray and claiming she would “acquire ownership of the company” after launching the sexual harassment case.

The commission also found she had also lied about her vaccination status at the time she was employed – in breach of the company’s public health requirement.

Ms Stevens launched an unfair dismissal claim against construction supply company…

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