“Austal USA LLC worker called N Word by Management – Corporate Racism and Retaliation Witnessed by U.S. Department of Labor”
Austal USA LLC in 13th Judicial Circuit Court of Mobile Alabama filed a motion (Case No. CV 2016-900258); to appeal ex employee’s unemployment benefits. The case is set for trial on Monday, March 13, 2017 at 9 a.m., Courtroom 8200, Mobile County Courthouse, Mobile, Alabama before Judge Michael Youngpeter. There have been many court cases about Austal violating worker’s Civil Rights and subjecting its black workers to racial discrimination, a hostile work environment, retaliation and other abuse. In Adams v. Austal, U.S.A L.L.C. employees allege harassment that included vulgar racial graffiti in the men’s restroom, appearances of nooses, displays of Confederate flags, and utterances of racial slurs.
However, this case will set precedent because recent audio evidence was submitted to Alabama Department of Labor of Austal USA LLC Managers calling employees ‘niggas” and violently harassing them. Witnesses in the case said that they and other employees reported this to Austal management and The Department of Labor. One such incident was reported to Austal Electrical Manager that supervisor was using Austal’s name on a facebook page in which supervisor had rebel flags and racist language about black people. Supervisor also posted pictures he took aboard U.S. Navy Combat ships. Video can be found on YouTube and Google under key words: Austal USA LLC Fires Supervisor for racist facebook page.
Or click here to see video of Austal USA LLC racist supervisor: https://youtu.be/G4v-bIBoj_w
U.S. Department of Labor Chain of Command
Robert Bentley - Governor
Fitzgerald Washington – Secretary of Labor
Joseph S. Ammons – General Counsel (He sent letter to me)
Austal USA LLC history of work place violence, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation