June 22, 2018 / 11:52 PM / a year ago

Divided NLRB says California casino owes union workers bonuses

The National Labor Relations Board in a split decision has ordered a tribal casino in California to pay $500 each to about 500 unionized employees after they received a smaller bonus than their nonunion coworkers.

The board in a 2-1 decision on Thursday rejected claims by the Viejas Casino & Resort near San Diego that it was proper to give members of a United Food and Commercial Workers local $500 bonuses in 2015, instead of the $1,000 granted to other workers, because they had received a raise in a bargaining agreement adopted earlier that year.

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