Below is the text of a notice that is required to be posted at Casino San Pablo pursuant to an order by a federal labor judge.
NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES
Posted by Order of the National Labor Relations Board, An Agency of the United States Government
The National Labor Relations Board has found that we violated Federal labor law and has ordered us to post and obey this Notice.
FEDERAL LAW GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO
Form, join, or assist a union
Choose representatives to bargain with us on your behalf
Act together with other employees for your benefit and protection
Choose not to engage in any of these protected activities
WE WILL NOT refuse to meet and bargain with the Union as the exclusive collective-bargaining representative of our employees in the appropriate bargaining unit with respect to rates of pay, hours of employment, and other terms and conditions of employment.
WE WILL NOT unilaterally change rules regarding Union access to the Casino.
WE WILL NOT unilaterally announce or implement new benefits for part-time employees.
WE WILL NOT unilaterally refuse to make benefit payments for certain employees.
WE WILL NOT refuse to furnish relevant information requested by the Union for collective bargaining or grievance handling purposes.
WE WILL NOT coercively interrogate employees about union support or union activities
WE WILL NOT tell employees not to discuss their investigations with other employees.
WE WILL NOT in any like or related manner interfere with, restrain, or coerce employees in the exercise of the rights guaranteed them by Section 7 of the Act.
WE WILL upon request, meet and bargain with the Union as the exclusive collective-bargaining representative of its employees in the appropriate bargaining unit described below with respect to rates of pay, hours of employment, and other terms and conditions, and if an understanding is
reached, embody such understanding in a signed agreement. The appropriate bargaining unit is:
All full-time and regular part-time food and beverage, maintenance, and housekeeping employees, including barbacks, bartenders, broiler server, casino servers, lead food servers, American line cooks, Asian Line cooks, broiler porters, casino porters, concession workers, hosts/hostesses, lead cook, lead utility worker, housekeepers, lead housekeepers, slot technicians and gaming floor persons employed by Respondent at its San Pablo, California gaming establishment; excluding all other employees, guards, and supervisors, as defined by the Act. WE WILL on request by the Union, rescind any unilateral changes we have implemented in our employees' terms and conditions of employment.
WE WILL, make whole Al Balbuena, Isabel Garriddo, Redolfo Trinidad, and Ali Challal, for any loss of earnings and other benefits as a result of not receiving contractual health benefits starting in March 2011 to September 2011, including, but not limited to, reimbursing them for any medical expenses or costs they incurred as a result of not receiving their contractual health insurance for that period.
WE WILL furnish relevant information requested by the Union for collective bargaining or grievance handling purposes.
LYTTON RANCHERIA OF CALIFORNIA d/b/a
CASINO SAN PABLO
The National Labor Relations Board is an independent Federal agency created in 1935 to enforce the National Labor Relations Act. It conducts secret-ballot elections to determine whether employees want union representation and it investigates and remedies unfair labor practices by employers and unions. To find out more about your rights under the Act and how to file a charge or election petition, you may speak confidentially to any agent with the Board's Regional Office set forth below. You may also obtain information from the Board's website: www.nlrb.gov.
1301 Clay Street, Federal Building, Room 300N, Oakland, CA 94612-5211
(510) 637-3300, Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
THIS IS AN OFFICIAL NOTICE AND MUST NOT BE DEFACED BY ANYONE
THIS NOTICE MUST REMAIN POSTED FOR 60 CONSECUTIVE DAYS FROM THE DATE OF POSTING AND MUST NOT BE ALTERED, DEFACED, OR COVERED BY ANY OTHER MATERIAL. ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING THIS NOTICE OR COMPLIANCE WITH ITS PROVISIONS MAY BE DIRECTED TO THE ABOVE REGIONAL OFFICE'S COMPLIANCE OFFICER, (510) 637-3270.
THIS NOTICE AND THE DECISION IN THIS MATTER ARE PUBLIC DOCUMENTS ANY INTERESTED INDIVIDUAL WHO WISHES TO REQUEST A COPY OF THIS NOTICE OR A COMPLETE COPY OF THE DECISION OF WHICH THIS NOTICE IS A PART MAY DO SO BY CONTACTING THE BOARD'S OFFICES AT THE ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER APPEARING IMMEDIATELY ABOVE.