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双语 | CEO们几天能赚到自己员工一年的工资?

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  While it's not surprising that CEOs make a lot more money
  than their employees, the massive extent of that pay gap can
  sometimes be overlooked.
  
  US companies are required to publish their chief executives'
  annual compensation, as well as the ratio of that compensation to
  the annual pay of the company's median employee.
  
  Using those ratios, we calculated how long it took CEOs at 19
  of the biggest companies in the US to make what at typical
  employee earned in a year.
  
  Several CEOs, including Disney CEO Bob Iger and Starbucks CEO
  Kevin Johnson, took less than a day to make a typical employee's
  annual salary.
  
  
    Visit
    Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
  

  CEOs make a lot more than the workers they oversee. We took a
  look at just how big that gap is at some of America's biggest
  corporations.

  One of the provisions of the post-financial-crisis Dodd-Frank
  reform bill requires
  corporations to disclose the ratio of their CEO's pay to that of
  the median employee at the company. Using those pay ratios,
  we calculated how long it would take the CEOs of big US companies
  to make what the median employee earned in a year.

  So far, 19 of the 100 largest corporations in the S&P 500 as
  measured by their market capitalizations have filed their CEO
  compensation figures and pay ratios for the 2019 fiscal year.
  More companies will follow over the next several months.

  The gap between what a CEO makes and what a typical employee
  makes varies widely from company to company. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun
  Huang had a total compensation 88 times larger than the typical
  employee at his company, meaning it took him a little over four
  days to earn the median employee's annual salary. Meanwhile,
  Walmart CEO Doug McMillon made 1,076 times what the typical
  Walmart worker made, and thus earned a median Walmart employee's
  annual salary in just eight hours.

  As with any discussion of executive compensation, it's worth
  noting that 
  pay for people at the top is a bit more complicated than just
  getting a biweekly direct deposit. Many CEOs receive the bulk
  of their compensation in the form of equity in the companies they
  run, and so they may not realize the full value of their pay as
  reported to the SEC for years.

  Here's the full list, along with the CEOs' fiscal year 2019
  compensation, median employee pay, and the CEO to median worker
  pay ratio:

  • 虽然首席执行官们挣的钱比他们的员工多毫不奇怪,但人们往往忽略了这一薪酬差距究竟有多大。
  • 美国公司被要求公布其首席执行官的年度薪酬,以及该薪酬与公司中位数员工年薪的比例。
  • 利用这些比率,我们计算了美国19家最大公司的首席执行官多长时间能赚到一般员工一年的工资。
  • 包括迪士尼CEO鲍勃1伊格尔和星巴克CEO凯文1约翰逊在内的几位CEO不到一天的时间就赚到了一名普通员工的年薪。
  • 更多内容请访问Business Insider主页。

CEO们挣的钱比他们手下的员工多得多。我们来看看美国一些最大的公司之间的差距有多大。

金融危机后的《多德·弗兰克改革法案》中的一项条款要求企业披露CEO的薪酬与公司员工的薪酬中值之比。利用这些薪酬比率,我们计算出了美国大公司的CEO需要多长时间才能赚到员工平均年收入。

到目前为止,标准普尔500指数中市值最大的100家公司中有19家已经提交了2019财年的CEO薪酬数据和薪酬比率。未来几个月将有更多公司跟进。

CEO和普通员工的收入差距因公司而异。英伟达CEO黄仁勋的总薪酬是普通员工的88倍,这意味着他花了四天多一点的时间才赚到员工平均年薪。与此同时,沃尔玛首席执行官董明伦的工资是普通员工的1076倍,因此他只需要8小时就能赚到员工年薪的中位数。

与任何有关高管薪酬的讨论一样,值得注意的是,高管薪酬结构比普通员工的薪水构成要复杂。许多cCEO的大部分薪酬是以股权的形式获得的,因此多年来向SEC报告薪酬时他们可能没有完全了解自己的全部收入。

以下是完整的榜单,以及CEO们2019财年的薪酬、员工薪酬中值以及CEO与员工薪酬中值之比:

  • While it's not surprising that CEOs make a lot more money than their employees, the massive extent of that pay gap can sometimes be overlooked.
  • US companies are required to publish their chief executives' annual compensation, as well as the ratio of that compensation to the annual pay of the company's median employee.
  • Using those ratios, we calculated how long it took CEOs at 19 of the biggest companies in the US to make what at typical employee earned in a year.
  • Several CEOs, including Disney CEO Bob Iger and Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, took less than a day to make a typical employee's annual salary.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

CEOs make a lot more than the workers they oversee. We took a look at just how big that gap is at some of America's biggest corporations.

One of the provisions of the post-financial-crisis Dodd-Frank reform bill requires corporations to disclose the ratio of their CEO's pay to that of the median employee at the company. Using those pay ratios, we calculated how long it would take the CEOs of big US companies to make what the median employee earned in a year.

So far, 19 of the 100 largest corporations in the S&P 500 as measured by their market capitalizations have filed their CEO compensation figures and pay ratios for the 2019 fiscal year. More companies will follow over the next several months.

The gap between what a CEO makes and what a typical employee makes varies widely from company to company. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang had a total compensation 88 times larger than the typical employee at his company, meaning it took him a little over four days to earn the median employee's annual salary. Meanwhile, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon made 1,076 times what the typical Walmart worker made, and thus earned a median Walmart employee's annual salary in just eight hours.

As with any discussion of executive compensation, it's worth noting that pay for people at the top is a bit more complicated than just getting a biweekly direct deposit. Many CEOs receive the bulk of their compensation in the form of equity in the companies they run, and so they may not realize the full value of their pay as reported to the SEC for years.

Here's the full list, along with the CEOs' fiscal year 2019 compensation, median employee pay, and the CEO to median worker pay ratio:

(翻译:Meng 审核:Yuan)

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