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“I’m not surprised that after two record years in a row, pay hikes cooled somewhat,” says Sarah Anderson, who directs the Global Economy Project at the progressive Institute for Policy Studies. “What we shouldn’t lose sight of is that CEO pay is still off the charts by historical measures.”
Of the 342 CEOs in the AP’s and Equilar’s compensation survey of S&P 500 companies, only 16 were women. That’s down from 20 a year earlier, And their median compensation fell, too, but it's higher than the median for men.
The median pay package for a CEO at an S&P 500 company hit $12.7 million in 2020, according to data analyzed by Equilar for The Associated Press. That means half the CEOs in the survey made more, and half made less. It’s 5% more than the median pay for that same group of CEOs in 2019 and an acceleration from the 4.1% climb in last year’s survey.
A new study from staffing firm Robert Half says most CEOs are worried about retaining their workers in the midst of a strong jobs market – and 43 percent of workers say they are thinking about quitting.
Are CEOs paid too much? The most relevant investor question is: How much value is the management team creating for the amount of compensation the team is being paid.
With new data showing a gap of 287-to-1 over media worker compensation, the obvious question is: Why such a difference?
The top 10 CEOs at public companies in North Carolina earn on average $20 million a year in total compensation. Here’s a breakdown.
Chief executive officers at public companies ranking in the S&P 500 index earn on average 287 times that of their employee salaries’ median average – and in North Carolina seven firms pay higher or right at that rate.
Abigail Disney has received a tremendous amount of media attention for calling out the pay disparity between Walt Disney Co. […]
A Walmart employee earning the company's median salary of $19,177 would have to work for more than a thousand years to earn the $22.2 million that Doug McMillon, the company's chief executive, was awarded in 2017.
DAVID GELLES, New York Times