Subject: JOB DISCRIMINATION
PER AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT
Dr. Mr. CEO,
I have been discriminated against by XYZ because of my severe, life-long hearing disability. This is a clear and blatant violation of the American Disability Act and in addition; I was treated unfairly by my direct supervisor.
I’m writing to you regarding my recent employment termination
as a contractor from XYZ Corporation. The following facts provide an accurate timeline and explanation of events that are a clear, unlawful violation of the American Disabilities Act (ADA
); better known as the Equal Employment Opportunity
for Individuals with Disabilities Act (2010).
My employment as a Sr. Project Manager with XYZ commenced on May 23, 2016 and was ceased and terminated on June 24, 2016 without undertaking a proper assessment of my hearing disability in consultation with the employee to ensure optimal job performance. Specifically, my employment was as a contractor with ABC Technologies who contracted my services for BCD who were the primary vendors for XYZ. It is my contention that XYZ did not exercise any reasonable or practical attempts to accommodate for my hearing disability in a timely fashion. It is incumbent upon XYZ to undertake a proper assessment of my hearing disability in consultation with the employee to ensure optimal job performance. The following facts and sequence of events clearly demonstrates the apparent glaring omission in this process:
On May 23, 2016 my supervisor, Ms. XXX, was notified of my hearing impairment; consequently, I requested an amplifying device that would allow for optimal telephone communications and amplified sound during staff meetings. Ms. XXX reluctantly consented, but yet deceitfully and cleverly appeared to assist in furnishing this device in the workplace while simultaneously criticizing my ability to conduct the Project Plan meetings in an efficient manner completely ignoring my uncorrected disability which was hampering my ability to hold the meetings in an optimal manner; the arrival date of this necessary amplifying device was June 23, 2016 around 1 PM. My employment was terminated the next day on June 24, 2016. Throughout the time period from May 23, 2016, to June 25, 2016 I continued to perform with an uncorrected hearing impairment. I was terminated in less than 24 hours after XYZ accommodated my disability.
(A physician’s letter verifies the critical need for this amplification device in the workplace:).
I was terminated in less than 24 hours after my employer accommodated my disability. Is that a smoking