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Mine Worker Wins Job Back After Being Sacked For Using Racial Slur

Mine worker wins job back after being sacked for using racial slur

A mine worker has won his job back after claiming he didn’t know the word “gin” is a derogatory word for Indigenous women.

The Fair Work Commission found Robert Solin had been unfairly dismissed by Chevron, after he used racial slurs while riding on a company bus.

The Commission ruled the dismissal too severe for the offence, and the worker’s actions were “careless rather than involving reckless indifference”.



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