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Thank you for your advice. The permanent job I was offered when I was working as a per diem employee, was not a mandatory position. I could have stayed as a per diem employee forever. When I was hired, they specifically told me that it was for a full time "day" position and that's what my job description reads. On the second day, they stopped training me and that was it. They totally misrepresented the position or offered one that they didn't have. So, in their eyes I'm probably still an employee, but they stopped training me? Do you know, as a per diem employee, do they have to guarantee you work? Even if its 1 day per month?
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