“The company document notes that Huske’s termination was involuntary and attributed to a permanent layoff. There is absolutely no other reason given for her termination on the form. In box 21, Tyson could have stated that she just couldn’t operate in the gray area, she didn’t smile enough, she was just too blunt, or she ‘ruffled too many feathers.’ Tyson could have also put this in the Comments section of the form, but that portion of the form is blank and no additional reason for her ‘separation’ is given. The absence of additional reasons or information demonstrates the fact issue as to pretext here.”
Huske v. Tyson Foods, Inc., 4:12CV583, 2013 WL 5832248 at *7 (E.D. Tex. Oct. 29, 2013) (Bush, J.).