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SomeNone35717dTo the extent that I get this story, that shitbag of a CEO does not care about salvation, he'll burn in a special hell, and still be comfortable with it. Therefore I suggest your colleague demand the unpaid wages plus reasonable interest (exact amount spelled out) by letter by a spelled-out date, and if it does not materialize, take legal action, go to the press, and/or similar.
arcsector177317dIIRC, you're French, and as i remember, the French have a pretty crazy policy on what you can and cannot do to employees. I imagine a short amount of digging or calls to the government will have your CEO up on negligence or, even better, slave labor.
Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
mintchase1217dIf it's known what this CEO's gameplan is, I'd def consult a lawyer to get an idea of how to be forthcoming and collect further evidence, like even having the lawyer send an email to the CEO to request send the backpay immediately per whatever section of law or make an excuse like the lawyer needs evidence of the bank statements of the employee client for tax purposes immediately. If a case is required, it can involve the company's other activities. Note that CEOs are more familiar with lawyers threats than anyone elses.