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Employee terminated for conduct, not his race or complaints (access required)

Where the record reflected legitimate concerns that the communication skills of a former Old Dominion University employee were impaired, that the impairment was affecting his work and that he repeatedly failed to attend a required evaluation, it was his  conduct, and not his prior complaints about race discrimination, that was the reason for his termination. Background Lorenzo ...