ALAMEDA (CBS / AP) ― With no minicamps, offseason workouts or other football activities during the lockout, every member of the Oakland Raiders organization is now part of the ticket staff.

Instead of forcing employees to take pay cuts or unpaid furloughs during the lockout, the Raiders have implemented a plan that allows people to keep their full salary if they sell a certain number of season tickets.

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Raiders CEO Amy Trask said the plan had been received well by the vast majority of the staff. It applies to essentially all employees, including coaches, secretaries, executives and equipment staff.

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To avoid a pay cut, employees must sell season tickets worth 10 percent of their salary during the lockout.

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