10 outrageously lavish CEO perks
CEOs at Fortune 100 companies get nearly 5 times the money in extras -- including cars and drivers, jets and gyms -- that the typical US household earns in pay.
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There it is. Making the hard decision whether to take the yacht or the jet to some vacation paradise you & I will never be able to afford. So somebody please explain:
If they're actually using the jets, yachts, cars, etc. when do they find the time to work?
If they're not working that hard, why are they getting such huge salaries & perks?
Nobody works that hard, it's simply not possible.
The rich get richer-- the poor get poorer. Trickle-up effect. They thrive while the rest of us cut-back and humble ourselves. Don't expect these spoiled individuals to ever consider to such drastic measures as to pay for their own private jet. These huge corporations act as if all the CEO's are irreplaceable, yet the rest of their employees are as expendable as ever in the current economy. Makes me sick!!
What's so ironic about these so called CEO's, is that they drive efficiencies to the extreme and yet they themselves are soooo inefficient at the cost to the shareholder and stakeholders.
Why do you think these corporate pigs dislike Unions. They may have to pay a fair wage & benefits and miss out on a Country Club membership.
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