A BRISBANE woman who had images of her cleavage secretly taken by her boss will be able to claim workers compensation after winning her appeal in court yesterday.
The woman’s boss from the State Library of Queensland, was busted in possession of 2784 photographs fixed on the breasts of female workers, visitors and schoolchildren in 2012.
After a two year self funded battle, the woman finally got the justice she deserved, with the court of appeal ruling the incident was a workplace issue.
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This means that the woman, along with up to five other workers at the library, will now be able to lodge claims for two years of workers compensation payments for stress and psychiatric injuries brought on by the inappropriate actions of their boss.