Tennessee Lottery director Rebecca Paul is getting a pay cut under a new plan adopted by the states lottery board Monday. Paul said she anticipated a drop in incentive pay because the $350,000 in bonuses she received for the first year was based on a very aggressive startup schedule. The recommendations of an approximately $85,000 independent study were approved by the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation (TEL) board and would set Pauls salary at a total of $577,000. Pauls pay during this first year reached $700,000, half of which was incentive pay earned by exceeding goals set by the TEL board resulting in a lottery kickoff three weeks ahead of schedule. The board also enacted an official benefit plan for TEL employees.
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