Employment Law Questions? Ask an Employment Lawyer.
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I would tell you yes since you have no signed contract here.You may also consider an EEOC complaint if you think this is age, race, or sex related.Often they do this and the real reasons here is discrimination and disparate treatment.
If EEOC finds in your favor you are able to sue employer for discrimination. You might consider such a complaint you might back them off here and be due damages as well.
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