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It does appear the proper procedure was not followed by the employer.
Therefore, most likely the employer is in breach of contract and breach of procedure. He would be legally liable for these actions.
The next steps of the employee is to pursue either a complaint drafted by himself or a legal demand letter prepared by a law firm, if that would be affordable.
In both instances, he must demand his material (actual) pay and subsequent compensation.
The first step is always to contact the employer and pursue a complaint.
If the dispute is not resolved, you have the legal right to escalate the matter further.