hi there , my friend is working as a crew member on yatchts and he had 1 month vocation ,during that month something happened ( about his property ) and he really had to stay more .when he asked for extra days (and not get payed of course) the captains answer was negative ( he told him if u r not come back u ll get fired ). he decided to stay more finally ( his home is in canada and the boat in europe). now after 2 months they email him from the boat and asked him to send a resignation letter to them ( the boat ) and to the management company . he told me that before his vocation month they payed him 600 extra i dont know for what reason. if he is gonna send the resignation letter they may ask him to give that money back ? whats the best thing for him to do ? thank you. and what is gonna happen if he is not gonna send the letter
so he should leave it alone or take any action ?
and he allready found another job
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