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As a reminder to Business Owners about Employment Practice issues a MELBOURNE woman is taking on her former employer over sexual harassment claims says she's doing it to help all young women.

Stephanie Lane was 17 when she started a call centre job with marketing company Salmat Salesforce in Franklin St, Melbourne, reported the Herald Sun.

Now aged 20, she is taking legal action in the Federal Court against ex-employer Salmat, claiming her team leader made unwelcome sexual advances towards her at work when she was just a teenager. 

For more about this, click on this link  Stephanie Lane 

Last changed: Aug 19 2011 at 8:23 PM

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