(1) If a person is convicted or found guilty of an offence against section 45, the court may, in addition to imposing a penalty, order that, within a specified time, the offender pay to the person against whom the detrimental action was taken damages that the court considers appropriate to compensate the person for any injury, loss or damage.
(a) the employer of a person; or
(b) someone in the course of employment with, or while acting as an agent of, the employer of a person—
is convicted or found guilty of an offence against section 45 in relation to detrimental action taken against that person, the court may, in addition to imposing a penalty and in addition to any damages ordered under subsection (1), order that the employer reinstate or re-employ the person in his or her former position or, if that position is not available, in a similar position.
(3) Without limiting the court's discretion, when making an order under subsection (1), the court may take into account any remedy granted under section 47 or any order made under section 49 in relation to the same conduct.