I accepted job offer based on agreed two weeks paid vacation available year one. When I received written job offer from recruiter that negotiated on my behalf job offer stated "vacation per employee handbook". I asked recruiter to request copy of employee handbook to verify. She was not able to obtain employee handbook and encouraged me to sign offer as time was of the essence.
Upon starting I read through employee handbook which stated standard vacation was one week available after successful completion of one year of employment, unless otherwise agreed. I immediately sent HR an email stating it was agreed I would be provided two weeks and wanted clarification. I met with HR and she provided me verbal that as an "experienced salaried professional" I was entitled to the two weeks as agreed in job offer negotiations. I failed to pursue written documentation and after noticing my pay stubs do not reference vacation balance HR conveniently does not remember our discussion. She is telling me the decision will be up to the new company president who was not involved in my hiring process.
I contacted the recruiter and they do not have any documentation either. The only documented proof of discrepancy is the email I sent to HR on my 3rd day of employment. What rights or options do I have at this point?