Employee’s testimony and a corroborating statement from another witness is enough to create a question of fact.

“McMann asserts that he resigned even though he did not want to because he felt compelled to do so…. Additionally, in a sworn statement, Gregg Williams states that Leissner told him the missing trash cart had been the reason for McMann’s termination…. The factual dispute[s] … are enough to demonstrate a genuine dispute of material fact.”

McMann v. Greystar Management Services, LP, CA No. 1:12-CV-909, 2013 WL 6243847 at *4 (W.D. Tex. Dec. 2, 2013) (Austin, J.).