|Jojakim Dettmann (Random_layman)|
Post Number: 2794
Here is the link:
You may need to register & login to guidestar to view the link.
I'm glad they made money in the stock market. And that the vending machine in the cafeteria made $2,524. I'm surprised there are 317 employees. That is a lot.
Page 22 out of 36 features the compensation packages of Bruce Kintz, Jon Schultz, & fellow LQ-er Paul McCain. It reminds me of how one can look up the salaries of 1800s era Lutheran professors on Google Books. Except those old records didn't report how they all had to work 50 hours a week.
I'm really glad that I didn't have to do CPH's taxes. Ugh. That would give me a real headache.
Rick Strickert (Carlvehse)
Post Number: 3199
Not counting the executive pay (Part IX., line 5) for the President and Vice-President, the remaining 315 CPH employees had FY2010 salaries and wages (Part IX., line 7) of $8,030,700. This number is equivalent to an average annual salary or wage of $25,500 or about $12.75/hr for a full-time employee (2,000 hrs/yr).
If one assumes half the employees work half-time, the average annual full-time-equivalent salary or wage is $34,000 or about $17.00/hr.
For comparison, here's a Bureau of Labor Statistics list of the July 2010 mean (average) hourly earnings for various occupations in St. Louis.