My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: California
I accepted employment in June based on the offer my employer made that I would be made permanent and given a pay raise and benefits after 3 months. After 3 months they made some excuses about needing to evaluate me for another month. After that month passed no one bothered to call me in for another evaluation. I know that my performance has exceeded their expectations and they told me that on my first review so I know that's just an excuse. This company has a majority workforce of temps that have been here months, some as much as a year. In my case, I was not a temp and not registered with any temp agencies. I was hired by the company as permanent hire, but told that the temp agency was outsourced to handle my pay. On several occasions I expressed my concern about not wanting a temp job and was assured that I was permanent and would be converted within three months. I took this job based on the offer of benefits and pay increase and none of this happened. I believe that they used this to lure me to take the job and once I was in they felt no obligation to honor their promises. Do I have any legal recourse in this situation?