By Josh Beckerman
Disney Co. (DIS), providing pay-ratio disclosures required for public companies under Dodd-Frank, said its median worker had fiscal 2018 compensation of $46,127.
Chief Executive Robert Iger's compensation was about 852 times that of the median employee, excluding a time-vested restricted stock unit award made at the time his employment agreement was extended.
The pay-ratio comparison figure of $39.3 million includes company contributions to health insurance premiums, which aren't included in the summary compensation table in Disney's proxy filing.
Mr. Iger's total compensation value in the table was $65.6 million, up from $36.3 million in fiscal 2017. His base salary rose to $2.875 million from $2.5 million.
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