Vacation pay being denied after the fact.

My husband has worked for a small company with no benefits booklet for 8 years. He is the manager and is salaried. The owner told him several years ago he would have 3 weeks vacation. Due to no one to cover, he has worked 6 days a week for the past year with no time off except national holidays. All the hourly associates received paid vacation. The owner is not wanting to pay my husband for his week of vacation (that was known about for a year). He has not taken any time off for over a year and a half. Does he legally have to pay him for the week of vacation?

0 answers  |  asked Oct 29, 2015 10:02 AM [EST]  |  applies to Georgia

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