“Despite the coaching plan being bogus, Plaintiff satisfied all requirements of the initial coaching plan. However, [supervisor] never took Plaintiff off of the plan. Instead, he extended it . . . and moved Plaintiff to a PIP almost immediately after the extended coaching plan ended. Thus, Plaintiff asserts that Defendant’s conduct clearly was calculated to force Plaintiff to quit.” Perret v. Nationalwide Mut. Ins. Co., No. 4:10cv522, 2012 WL 3954884 at *8 (E.D. Tex. Aug. 7, 2012). With other evidence, the court found a triable issue as to constructive discharge. Id. at *9.