I live in Texas and I am PAINFULLY aware that Texas is an At-Will state. 3 months ago, I was written up by my employer for productivity issues and was told I needed to "improve" the productivity or further disciplinary action would be taken. Over the next 2-3 months, that activity did indeed improve--dramatically. However, less than 2 weeks ago, they terminated me stating it hadn't improved. However, I have email documenting that it had. When I asked for documentation from them showing that I HAD not improved, they could not provide it. Do I have any grounds to sue?
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