Mr. Wilkerson begins working for Kellum full time as a bookkeeper-typist.
Mr. Wilkerson had a review and it was not perfect, but it was good, decent.
Defendant called Mr. Wilkerson to his office. Defendant said he had the right to know if Mr. Wilkerson was sick. Mr. Wilkerson felt defendant was more hostile than usual.
Adrienne Simone was called into defendant’s office for making the same mistakes Mr. Wilkerson made on a similar document.
Defendant called Mr. Wilkerson to his office. According to Mr. Wilkerson defendant was “angry” because he had made some typographical errors on a document. The errors were “unacceptable” to defendant.
Dr. Burns sends letter to defendant suggesting a slightly lighter workload for the next few weeks.
Defendant called Mr. Wilkerson to his office and yelled at him for some bookeeping errors.
Mr. Wilkerson took about $27 from the petty cash to pay for a pizza delivery bill. Forgot to reimburse the petty cash, defendant confronted Mr. Wilkerson and Mr. Wilkerson admitted the mistake he made, defendant did not fire Mr. Wilkerson.
Meets with defendant to discuss absences. Mr. Wilkerson asks defendant to work from home, defendant replies, “if you really think it’s absolutely necessary, I suppose something like that could be arranged.”
Mr. Wilkerson alleges he was fired because he has HIV.
Mr. Wilkerson files complaint with EEOC.
Mr. Wilkerson was in the hospital with another bout of pneumonia.
Mr. Wilkerson was diagnosed with HIV on February 28, 2012.
Mr. Wilkerson had used up all he sick leaves and vacation days for the year.