A woman who claimed a male service station colleague made offensive and sexually explicit comments towards her has been awarded £6,000.
Jodie Jones, a student formerly employed part-time by Applegreen, said she was made to feel humiliated.
She has now settled a sexual harassment lawsuit against her ex-employer.
The case, which was assisted by the Equality Commission, was resolved without any admission of liability.
Jodie alleged that a male colleague made the comments while she was working.
She further claimed that she reported the incidents to her manager immediately and had hoped that they would be dealt with appropriately.
Jodie said she made to feel was embarrassed and uncomfortable while working.