Chapter 10. Employment
Effect of a collective bargaining agreement with certain
Sec. 1. (a) This section applies if a permit holder's employees are
covered under the terms of a collective bargaining agreement that is
in effect at the time a gambling game license is issued to the permit
holder under IC 4-35-5.
(b) If a permit holder has nonsupervisory employees whose work
(1) directly related to:
(A) pari-mutuel terminal operations; or
(B) money room functions associated with pari-mutuel
wagering on horse racing; and
(2) covered under the terms of a collective bargaining
the permit holder shall, subject to subsection (c), staff
nonsupervisory positions directly related to the operation of
gambling games under this article with employees whose work is
covered under the terms of a collective bargaining agreement.
(c) The employees described in subsection (b) must be qualified
to meet the licensing requirements of this article and any criteria
required by the commission in rules adopted under IC 4-22-2.
As added by P.L.233-2007, SEC.21.
Collective bargaining agreement permitted
Sec. 2. The job classifications, job duties, wage rates, and benefits
of nonsupervisory positions related to gambling games may be
established by agreement of the parties to a collective bargaining
agreement or, in the absence of an agreement, by the permit holder.
As added by P.L.233-2007, SEC.21.
Sec. 3. (a) The following information submitted, collected, or
gathered as part of an application to the commission for a license is
confidential for purposes of IC 5-14-3-4:
(1) Any information concerning a minor child of an applicant.
(2) The Social Security number of an applicant or the spouse of
(3) The home telephone number of an applicant or the spouse
or children of an applicant.
(4) An applicant's birth certificate.
(5) An applicant's or applicant's spouse's driver's license
(6) The name or address of a previous spouse of the applicant.
(7) The date of birth of the spouse of an applicant.
(8) The place of birth of the spouse of an applicant.
(9) The personal financial records of an applicant or the spouse
or minor child of an applicant.
(10) Any information concerning a victim of domestic violence,
sexual assault, or stalking.
(11) The electronic mail address of an applicant or spouse or
family member of the applicant.
(b) Except as provided in subsections (c) and (d), in addition to
information that is confidential under subsection (a), all information
maintained by the commission concerning an individual who holds,
held, or has applied for an occupational license under this article:
(1) is confidential for purposes of IC 5-14-3; and
(2) may be released by the commission only for law
enforcement purposes or to a state or local public agency.
(c) The following information concerning an individual who
holds, held, or has applied for an occupational license under this
article is not confidential:
(1) The individual's name.
(2) The individual's place of employment.
(3) The individual's job title.
(4) The individual's gaming experience.
(5) The reason for denial or revocation of a license or for
disciplinary action against the individual.
(6) Information submitted by the individual for a felony waiver
request under IC 4-33-8-11.
(d) An individual who holds, held, or has applied for an
occupational license under this article may waive the confidentiality
requirements of subsection (b).
As added by P.L.104-2008, SEC.3.