- Would you quit your job if you won a jackpot? Dolliver, Mark // Adweek Western Edition;06/09/97, Vol. 47 Issue 23, p20
Addresses the question of whether persons would quit their jobs if they won the lottery. Information on a survey done by `Adweek'; Response to the question; Information on data relating to the survey.
- Engaged Employees Would Work After Lottery Win. McGuinness, Kevin // Plan Sponsor News;2013, p81
The article reports that according to a recent survey by Gallup, more than sixty percent of engaged employees would continue to work if they won the lottery. According to Gallup, although winning millions of dollars through the lottery is less likely event, the poll results show the value that...
- Â£5M Pools Win For Officer Whose wife will still use her 10% Asda Discount Card! // ConVerse;Dec2010, p10
The article states that prison officer Richard Stebbings and his wife Sue Stebbings, a supermarket worker have won a Â£5.6 million National Lottery jackpot.
- Getting a Leg Up. // Money;Nov2005, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p28
Presents some facts about the workplace. How the majority of Americans would stay at their job even if their pay was cut; Professional coaches which are hired mostly by individuals and not employers; How most American workers would keep working if they won the lottery; Most people who say they...
- Big raises. // Jet;2/17/97, Vol. 91 Issue 13, p32
Presents a photograph of employees of Kellogg Industries Co. in Jackson, Michigan, all of whom won the Big Game multi-state lottery. How much each employee will receive before taxes.
- UK-based sportswear factory scoops lotto win. // WSA: Performance & Sports Materials;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p46
This article reports on the winning of the employees of Gymphlex on the National Lottery in Lincolnshire, England.
- WHO KNEW? // Government Executive;Aug2005, Vol. 37 Issue 13, p11
The article informs that on June 29 Powerball jackpot of $10,000,000 was won by 15 Federal Emergency Management Agency employees in Virginia and West Virginia.
- A good day at work: $22 million. // Automotive News;8/18/2008, Vol. 82 Issue 6321, p34
The article reports that staffers at the automobile dealership Bray Motors, in Sundridge, Ontario, scored the second-largest lottery win in Canada this month. The jackpot of $22.5 million Canadian, won after 14 years of trying, will be split among 25 dealership employees. Pete Bray took over...
- Spotlight on… winning the lottery. Hilpern, Kate // Personnel Today;11/14/2006, p33
The article discusses how a personnel manager can look after winning staff whose job means more to them than the money. It is up to the human resource departments to consider how to deal with staff with new-found riches got by winning lotteries. The fact that the employees choose to stay on,...