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Court Affirms Tip Pooling Policy As Long As Recipients Are Not Management Level

Employment Law SupplementIn a recent decision by the Sixth Appellate District of California, the court upheld a casino’s tip-pooling arrangement with card dealers who work at the casino. In Avidor v. Sutter’s Place, Inc. (Cal. Ct. App. Jan. 23, 2013), a class of current and former card dealers sued Sutter’s Place (doing business as Bay 101) claiming that the casino’s policy compelling them to participate in a tip-pooling arrangement violated California Labor Code section 351.

By Spencer C. Skeen February 18, 2013 midnight   Share