Let’s be honest, $16 million a year to Tom is fair because of how much responsibility he has, and how much hard work he has to do.
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Well, at $16M a year, and if the average employee salary is say, around $60K/year, then he makes the equivalent of about 267 employees' annual income, or 267X the average salary. So is he worth 267X more than you?
Also, considering CEOs of investment banks, Big Tech and Big Pharma companies make hundreds of millions of dollars/year, sounds like TW is a bargain. (Maybe you get what you pay for)
The sarcasm is obvious, people.
Tom is overpaid! End of story. He is sc-m. I reason why he needs to be paid more than 10 times any other insurance company’s CEO. Tom is a washed up Sears salesman drunk.
I do deserve my salary. I do all the hard leading.
Hi, Mrs. Wilson.
Don't forget to charge for allowing us over the bridge.
Hopefully this is sarcasm
Rank has priviledges, including a comfy salary.