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Termination based on lack of productivity, not complaints (access required)

Where a school human resources official was terminated, for a history of non-responsiveness and unproductiveness, the school board prevailed in proving her termination was not in retaliation for her complaints. Background Ms. Gooding-Williams raised three claims against FCSB. In Count One, Ms. Gooding-Williams alleges that FCSB subjected her “to a hostile work environment, by closely monitoring her ...