Two of Donald Trump's Atlantic City casinos are laying off hundreds of workers.
The two casinos, the Taj Mahal Casino Resort and Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, said seasonal summer workers, part-time and on-call workers will be affected, according to spokesman Brian Cahill.
"As with many shore businesses and other casino properties post-Labor Day, Trump Taj Mahal and Trump Plaza will be experiencing a reduction in staff and have recalibrated the wages for a small percentage of our on-call and part-time personnel," Cahill said.
"Our full-time employees' pay has not been reduced. Unfortunately, we need to react to the current market situation."