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He has filed a claim for vacation pay he did not take starting back in 1998. He was on salary & basically his own boss. I received the claim on 5 September 2013. He has recently been fired. I knew nothing about his not taking vacations since I as the owner living in Asia.
Basically in 1998 he was being paid for not taking vacations. I instructed him in the future he would be paid for 52 weeks of works I would not pay for vacations not taken.
We are a golf course construction company.
Joseph, I need the statute or law # XXXXX the three year limitation mentionedin your answer below. I will pay as before. Thanks Jack
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