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Unfortunately, the only recourse would be to sue for accrued interest. However, since the delay in payment was only 2 weeks, the amount you would stand to recover through a lawsuit would be very small, and almost certainly not worth the time and money you would invest in pursuing the claim. You can certainly ask your employer to pay interest on the amount, but you regrettably do not have much leverage to make such a demand.
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