The NGC has ordered Jim Kelley’s Tahoe Nugget in Crystal Bay to pay a $2,000 effective for operational failures, together with hiring and firing reporting. [Image: Shutterstock.com]
The Nevada Gaming Fee (NGC) has authorised a $2,000 effective for Jim Kelley’s Tahoe Nugget in Crystal Bay, primarily for working its human sources division in a Wild West-style method.
hiring and firing workers with out notifying the NGC
Prime of the two-count criticism involving workers compliance points was the Tahoe Nugget Inc.-owned on line casino’s hiring and firing of workers with out notifying the regulator, as required by 2022 and 2023 gaming rules.
Tahoe Nugget’s President James Kelley and Vice President and Basic Supervisor Jeffrey Kelley signed the Thursday settlement, however not earlier than the NGC took the agency to activity for the criticism’s second rely, failing to offer phone or e mail contact info for its administration board.
Presenting this criticism Deputy Legal professional Basic John Michela mentioned, in response to the Las Vegas Evaluate Journal, that the lack of contact information was an issue as a result of “the general public could be unable to air operational considerations with on line casino administration.”
Tahoe’s Nugget’s GM assured the NGC his agency had already employed a Compliance Officer, as ordered by the Nevada Gaming Management Board, and that the family-owned on line casino close to Lake Tahoe has since equipped all contact info to the Board.