Unfortunately then, there is no legal recourse here. Texas like most states is an employment at will
state - meaning you can be disciplined or terminated for any reason that is not otherwise a violation of law. These exceptions are the civil rights protections (e.g., age, race, sex, religion), violations of public policy
(e.g., fired for attending jury duty
, for refusing to break the law, for reporting illegal activity by the employer (aka a "whistleblower
violation"), or having some contractual right to a just cause employment (meaning the employer cannot terminate you without industrial due process - which basically insures a fair and accurate investigation and decision). Without any of these exceptions, courts find that the employer has a legitimate business right to operate its business however it sees fit and the court will not second-guess the employer. These policies and decisions may in fact be awful and clearly not fair or even make good business sense. However, they are not ultimately unlawful./* Style Definitions */
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font-family:"Times New Roman";}What you are saying is he doesn't have an issue with you race or any protected reason...he just perceives you as overly aggressive. That's not illegal...even if its untrue because the law allows an employer to poorly run its business; what it will not allow is illegal discrimination
. You have not described anything illegal per se. Thus, there's nothing legally you can do about it.