Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.
I am sorry to hear that you find yourself in this situation. The answer that I am forced to provide you with is not favorable so I ask that you do not blame the messenger.
By your comments and facts you stated that you are a temp rather than a full-time employee. That makes you someone who is 'at-will'. An 'at-will' employee is someone who can be terminated at any time without cause, and likewise can quit at any time without cause as well. Because of that status the employer has no duty to justify termination
, and can simply let you go. It only becomes potentially actionable if you were terminated due to factors that would violate the law, factors such as gender, race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age if 40 or older, and disability if any. Beyond that point, even if the reason is wrong, it is not a 'wrongful termination
' under law, and the employer can pursue it. At most you can ask them to change the position since they have the discretion to do so, but you cannot legally force them to hire you back or not terminate your employment.
I am sorry about that, I truly am, but I must be honest with you even if the facts are not favorable.