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Q: What does this final warning of termination mean? I cannot miss any days or make any mistakes?
A: Yes, I take that final warning to mean that you will be terminated if you miss any work or make any mistakes.
However, you mention discrimination. You may wish to file a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The EEOC is responsible for investigating illegal discrimination in the workplace. Once the EEOC investigates, it could agree that illegal discrimination took place, and attempt to work out a settlement with the employer. If the EEOC cannot work out a settlement, or if the EEOC does not find that there was illegal discrimination, then a person can request a right to sue letter, which gives that person the right to sue his/her employer for violating the law.
You can file a charge by following the instructions found here: https://www.eeoc.gov/employees/charge.cfm
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