Gaming Casino Employee Law and Legal Definition

Gaming casino employee is referred to a person who is employed in a licensed gaming establishment. Such employee has to be directly or indirectly performing duties related to the gaming activities in the establishment.

Following is an example for a state statute (Nevada) [Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. ' 463A.020] defining the term Gaming casino employee :

Gaming casino employee" means any person employed directly or indirectly in the operation of a gaming establishment under a non restricted license, including:

(a) All personnel involved in the operation of a casino gaming pit, such as dealers, shills, clerks, hosts, junket representatives and the supervisors of such persons;

(b) All personnel involved in handling money, such as cashiers, change persons, count teams, coin wrappers and the supervisors of such persons;

(c) All personnel involved in the operation of games, such as bingo and keno;

(d) All personnel involved in operating and maintaining slot machines, such as mechanics, floor men, change and payoff persons and the supervisors of such persons;

(e) All personnel involved in security, such as guards, games observers and the supervisors of such persons;

(f) All personnel involved in the operation of a race or sports book, such as writers, board men, cashiers and the supervisors of such persons;

(g) All personnel involved in the operation of a pari-mutuel operation licensed under chapter 464 of NRS and any sporting event on which such pari-mutuel wagering is conducted; and

(h) Such other persons whose duties are similar to the classifications set forth in paragraphs (a) to (g), inclusive, as the commission may from time to time designate by regulation,

but does not include personnel whose duties are related solely to such non gaming activities as entertainment, hotel operation, maintenance and the preparation and serving of food and beverages.