I am a permanent resident of the United States pending full citizenship. I went to work for brief temporary employment a company. When a full-time permanent position opened during this time I was told that the manager was thinking of another individual to fill the job. I went back to my regular job. They hired two white people to fill the job. The company then asked me to work two more times temporarily before asking me to come work for them. They did not say as a permanent position and when I agreed they kept me as a seasonal employee without holiday or vacation or benefit package that permanent employees receive. After filing a complaint they have given me a permanent position and offered me a small settlement. I refused the settlement and the company has now requested mediation.
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