Working for the Walt Disney Company is a candy gig — when you’re operating the joint. Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger’s complete compensation for fiscal 2018, which ended on September 30, was $65.6 million, in line with a current SEC submitting.
That’s over an 80% improve from 2017, when he earned $36.2 million. The wage breakdown is as follows: $2.9 million (wage), $eight.three million (choices), $18 million (non-equity bonus compensation), and $35.three million (inventory award for contract extension and the 21st Century Fox deal). When the Fox deal closes and if Iger achieves sure efficiency ranges, Iger’s inventory award for the Fox deal might attain $150 million.
The Walt Disney Company employed roughly 201,000 staff on the finish of fiscal 2018. With minimal wages currently at $11 an hour for Florida’s Walt Disney World staff — an quantity that’s under living wage standards for Florida residents — Iger’s pay makes greater than the lowest-paid 2,850 Disney staff mixed, or almost 1.5% of Disney’s complete workforce.