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Sex offender payout Unfair dismissal win after man's child porn conviction
National Political Correspondent
Pg. 18 July 7 2010
A MAN convicted of possessing child pornography and who allegedly sexually har-
assed his co-workers has won a payout in an unfair dismissal case against food giant Nestle.
Despite a six-month jail term and being placed on the sex offenders register, Steve
Wilson successfully argued against his sacking from the Uncle Tobys factory at
Wahgunyah in Victoria.
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The extraordinary ruling is likely to raise questions about the Gillard Government's workplace laws.
The Coalition has promised to reform industrial relations and relax unfair dismissal laws.
Industrial umpire Fair Work Australia heard Wilson,39, routinely harassed women at
his work. It heard he even attempted to sabotage Uncle Tobys, drawing a penis on
cardboard and stuffing it in a box of Rollups.
But Fair Work Australia senior deputy president Lea Drake ruled his termination
was "harsh, unjust and unreasonable". In a judgment likely to be picked up by the
Coalition, Ms Drake also ordered Uncle Tobys to pay its former employee two weeks
salary in compensation.
In a ruling handed down on June 25, Ms Drake ruled the company had not given Wil-
son, now in a Victorian jail,sufficient opportunity to respond to the charges.
"Uncle Tobys was a procedural fairness-free zone in relation to Mr Wilson," Ms
Drake said in her ruling.
The Wangaratta man, who has been placed on the sex offenders register for 15 years,
was jailed for six months in June 2009 on eight charges of stalking, pornography and
harassment offences. Nestle does not plan to appeal.