Defendant is a limited liability company engaged in the business of construction. Plaintiff was Defendant’s employee as a senior steel fixer foreman at the latter’s Kempinski Hotel project in Accra. Plaintiff worked from 1st June, 2009 until 1st September, 2015 when his employment was terminated. Plaintiff was offered GHS2,891.00 as end of service benefit but Plaintiff contended that, he ought to have been given GHS64,161.22 instead in line with the Collective Agreement. Plaintiff thus refused the amount. Plaintiff therefore claims the following reliefs:
a. An order directed at Defendant to pay Plaintiff the liquidated sum of GHC 33,393.06 as End of Service Benefits for the period 1st June 2009 to 1st September, 2015.
b. An order directed at Defendant to pay Plaintiff the liquidated sum of GHC 8,504.10 being overtime salary owed Plaintiff from January 2013 to September, 2015.
c. An order directed at Defendant to pay Plaintiff the liquidated sum of GHC 22,264.04 as o…