Pennsylvania: Rivers Casino salaried staff facing a coronavirus pay cut

Pennsylvania: Rivers Casino salaried staff facing a coronavirus pay cut

When the Rivers Casino Philadelphia reopens after four months of coronavirus lockdown, regular patrons may find a few amenities missing: buffet dining, smoking, and poker, for starters.

Some employees will find a portion of their paychecks missing as well.

Rivers Casino has imposed a pay cut of up to 15% on salaried employees who are preparing for the reopening of the Fishtown casino, formerly known as SugarHouse. The casino has not announced a reopening date, but Pennsylvania regulators said Rivers Casino management was hopeful for a restart next week.

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