Milton truck wash accused of harassment, discrimination.

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Eagle United Truck Wash, a national chain, faces charges it permitted severe harassment of a black employee at its Milton facility--and then retaliated against him after he complained.

According to the former employee's EEOC complaint, co-workers and the man's supervisor frequently referred to him using the N-word and also made racially derogatory comments about customers. At one point, an employee defaced an employee rights poster, scribbling "N****r Rights" in ink.

The harassment was often carried out in front of the man's supervisor, who refused to intervene. When the worker complained, he was terminated.

That's when he filed his EEOC complaint, alleging Eagle United violated Title VII of the Civil...

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