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Good evening and welcome. Are you saying that you were laid off, brought back, and then laid off again?
Thank you, ***** ***** think I am confused. Are you saying that you were laid off and then asked to come back to perform some specific job tasks, but remained laid off? If that is not what happened, can you explain what you mean when you said "I was ask to come to perform the same job I was laid off they said they no longer needed me for"
You are absolutely entitled to be paid for the work and you can file a wage claim to get the money you are owed. That said, there is nothing inherently illegal about laying you off and then asking you to come back to perform a job. Employment is "at will" absent an agreement to the contrary and as such can be terminated at any time, without or without a good reason (such as lack of work).
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No, there is nothing illegal or inconsistent about what you have described. I wish I could tell you otherwise.