Lytton Band in negotiations for new agreement with labor union

The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians owns and operates the San Pablo Lytton Casino in San Pablo, California. Photo from Adobe Associates Inc

The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians is in discussions with a labor union that represents casino employees.

Unite Here Local 2850 represents about 270 employees at the San Pablo Lytton Casino. According to Bay Area News Group, they are seeking higher wages and more protections when they need to address health and family issues.

The union previously won a National Labor Relations Board ruling that said the tribe engaged in unfair labor practices at the casino.

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