Wunderman's wheel of fortune

Plenty of agencies are good to their employees. But not all of them hand out treats in a method inspired by the ultimate 1990s games show, 'Wheel of Fortune'.

Prize asset: Wunderman's wheel of fortune
Prize asset: Wunderman's wheel of fortune

So we were a little envious to learn that every month, Wunderman UK invites one staff member to spin the jazzy wheel, above, to win a prize.

We’d take the £1,000. Then we could buy the weekend away, as well as the £40 booze for the office, and still have change for a cup of tea with the legendary Y&R receptionist Gillian.

Got a diary story? Email: Louise.Ridley@Haymarket.com

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