PHOENIX, Sept. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Schuff Steel Company, a subsidiary of DBM Global Inc, and the Phoenix-based leader in structural steel in the United States, is contesting EEOC’s numerous claims in the lawsuit filed week before United States District Court, District of Arizona. Schuff Steel has always been committed to a workplace free from discrimination and retaliation and takes every claim of suspected misconduct seriously. The Company will thoroughly investigate any claim of discrimination or retaliation, including the specific claim of the former Eloy plant employee referenced in the EEOC complaint. Contrary to EEOC’s recent allegations of widespread discrimination at its Eloy facility, the company found no evidence to support the original complaint, let alone a pattern of widespread discrimination. Schuff looks forward to finally defending himself against these allegations in court and is confident that once all the facts are presented, it will be determined that the company does not discriminate or retaliate against its employees and has lived up to its obligations as a good place to work.
About Schuff Steel Company:
Schuff Steel is one of the largest and most experienced structural steel fabricators and erectors in North America and is consistently ranked the #1 Steel Erector in the United States by Engineering News-Record (ENR) magazine. Schuff Steel approaches each project with a “builder” mentality, planning the project with the construction of the building in mind, backwards through erection, fabrication, project management and design.
About DBM Global Inc.:
DBM Global Inc. is focused on delivering superior, sustainable value to clients through a highly collaborative portfolio of companies that offer better designs, more efficient construction and superior wealth management solutions. The company provides one-stop integrated steel construction services and professional services that…
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