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Title 25: Indians
§502.14 Key employee.
Key employee means:
(a) A person who performs one or more of the following functions:
(1) Bingo caller;
(2) Counting room supervisor;
(3) Chief of security;
(4) Custodian of gaming supplies or cash;
(5) Floor manager;
(6) Pit boss;
(9) Approver of credit; or
(10) Custodian of gambling devices including persons with access to cash and accounting records within such devices;
(b) If not otherwise included, any other person whose total cash compensation is in excess of $50,000 per year; or,
(c) If not otherwise included, the four most highly compensated persons in the gaming operation.
(d) Any other person designated by the tribe as a key employee.
[57 FR 12392, Apr. 9, 1992, as amended at 74 FR 36932, July 27, 2009]