Significant relief that is remedial settle a battle harassment lawsuit filed by the EEOC. Based on the EEOC’s grievance, A black powder coater during the Bishopville plant had been over repeatedly subjected to racial slurs by two employees that are white. The responses included duplicated utilization of the “N-word. ” The Ebony worker presumably complained to service administration, nevertheless the harassment proceeded. Within hours of their last problem, the coater ended up being fired, presumably in retaliation for their complaints of racial harassment. The company must abide by the terms of a two-year consent decree resolving the case in addition to paying $40,000 in monetary relief. The consent decree enjoins Carolina Metal from participating in future racial discrimination. The decree additionally calls for the organization to conduct training that is anti-discrimination its Bishopville center; post a notice concerning the settlement at that center; implement an official anti-discriminatory policy prohibiting racial discrimination; and report specific complaints of conduct which could represent discrimination under Title VII into the EEOC for monitoring. EEOC v. Carolina Metal Finishing, LLC, No. 3:14-cv-03815 (D.S.C.