The Texas Lottery Commission has been awarded a Greater Austin Top Workplaces 2022 honor by Austin American-Statesman Top Workplaces. The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage LLC.
“The Texas Lottery Commission is honored to be named to this prestigious list of Greater Austin Top Workplaces in 2022,” said Gary Grief, executive director of the Texas Lottery Commission. “Every staff member at the Texas Lottery Commission is deeply committed to the agency’s lottery and charitable bingo missions, which have ultimately benefitted public education, veterans and charities across the State of Texas. The many successes that this agency has experienced over the last several years would not be possible without our extremely talented, innovative and committed staff. A recognition of this magnitude is a great indicator of a culture anchored by teamwork, one that I am so proud to lead.”
The anonymous survey uniquely measures 15 culture drivers that are critical to the success of any organization: including alignment, execution, and connection.
“Earning a Top Workplaces award is a badge of honor for companies, especially because it comes authentically from their employees,” said Eric Rubino, Energage CEO. “That’s something to be proud of. In today’s market, leaders must ensure they’re allowing employees to have a voice and be heard. That’s paramount. Top Workplaces do this, and it pays dividends.”
The Texas Lottery Commission generates revenue for the State of Texas through the responsible management and sale of entertaining lottery products and provides authorized organizations the opportunity to raise funds for their charitable functions by conducting bingo.
In FY 2022, the Texas Lottery set a new record with $8.297 billion in sales, which resulted in a record total contribution of $1.998 billion for public education and veterans’ services in Texas – marking the 19th consecutive year that the Texas Lottery generated more than $1 billion in revenue for Texas.