Comcast had a very bad year in 2012 with revenue coming in at a whopping $16.5 billion. But the company had to hire an accounting executive to help analyze the numbers. And the salary for that executive was $90 million.
So to the employee, it’s a huge compensation package. But to the executive he is the CEO of a company. To the CEO of a company it is a huge compensation package.
It’s an interesting idea because everyone, no matter how big their company, should be able to make a reasonable living. But as CEO of a company that makes a lot of money, it’s a huge compensation package. In fact, it is so huge that the CEO of a company that makes a lot of money is the biggest compensation package that the CEO of a company that makes a lot of money ever.
It’s hard to imagine any compensation package that is so big, yet it is so big. The CEO of a company that makes a lot of money is the biggest compensation package that the CEO of a company that makes a lot of money ever.
It would be easy to write an essay about compensation, but that’s not really what I want to talk about here. What I want to talk about is the difference between “earning a salary” and “earning a salary plus commissions”.
It’s not just the amount you earn per compensation package that makes a difference. It’s also the fact that it’s possible for an employee to earn more than the compensation package they have. In some cases, the difference in compensation may be much more than they should be earning. In the most extreme cases, the difference in compensation could be so large that the employee is no longer a professional employee.
It’s possible someone earning more than the compensation package they have could be a “professional” employee, meaning that they may have a full knowledge of the company, the business, how it operates, etc. This is likely to be the case in a lot of jobs. In some cases, it may be the case that an employee has a greater knowledge of the business than the company itself.
Of course, these employees aren’t necessarily entitled to overtime pay. And in fact, the employee may have a right to be paid more than the compensation he or she is getting. But the problem is that the employee may also be the one to take up the slack. If a company has a very large number of employees, there may be a lot of people whose jobs are “permanently outsourced” to someone else.
In case you’re wondering whether the employee is the one taking the “slack” part of it, the answer is yes. In fact, in many cases, it’s the most important employees in the company. When a company has a lot of employees (say, more than 100), it’s very difficult to get around these “slack” issues. The best way to do it is to have the company buy a bunch of new computers.