Gina Rinehart Randomly Gives Workers $100k Bonus

Gina Rinehart, the richest person in Australia, gave 10 of her employees a $100,000 Christmas bonus as a surprise.

According to the Report, the 10 lucky workers at her mining company, Roy Hill, were picked at random from a hat to get the bonus money.

A source told Perth radio station 6PR Radio last week that Gina told all Roy Hill staff last week to get ready for an important announcement.

A Roy Hill employee called 6PR Radio in Perth on Tuesday of this week to say that the rumour was true.

One of the randomly chosen employees had only been with the company for three months, which made the employee, who asked to remain anonymous, a little upset.

Hancock Prospecting Group's biggest asset is the Roy Hill mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

She is the richest person in Australia, with a net worth of about US$14.8 billion. For the 2021-22 financial year, her iron ore mine made a huge profit of $3.2 billion.

During the holiday season, Rinehart is not the only wealthy employer who is treating her employees well.

The CEO of Citadel, Ken Griffin, recently took all of the employees of Citadel and Citadel Securities and their families to Disney World for a magical long weekend.