July 18, 2019

Florida's 350 Biggest Companies

CEO Pay in Florida

A new federal mandate requires public companies to post CEO pay relative to median salary. Be careful drawing too many conclusions.

Mike Vogel | 6/28/2018

CEO Pay vs. Median Employee Salaries (Ranked by median pay)
Company Median Pay CEO Pay Chief Executive
Xenia Hotels & Resorts $228,114 $5,730,446 Marcel Verbaas
Consolidated-Tomoka Land 139,755 1,434,775 John P. Albright
NextEra Energy 121,355 18,811,693 James L. Robo
Citrix Systems 118,631 10,321,289 David J. Henshall
FRP Holdings 101,104 499,375 John D. Baker
CSX 98,697 2,647,933 James M. Foote
Regency Centers 94,802 5,591,771 Martin E. Stein Jr.
National Retail Properties 91,681 4,851,793 Julian Whitehurst
Ultimate Software Group 91,613 31,470,785 Scott Scherr
Rayonier 91,294 3,713,047 David Nunes
Mednax 91,192 7,365,508 Roger J. Medel
Chatham Lodging Trust 89,938 4,027,279 Jeffrey H. Fisher
Black Knight Financial Services 89,851 7,147,086 Tom Sanzone
St. Joe 87,981 894,911 Jorge Gonzalez
AxoGen 83,506 3,704,972 Karen Zaderej
Rayonier Advanced Materials 83,104 7,972,007 Paul G. Boynton
Roper Technologies 82,543 29,181,078 Brian D. Jellison
ACI Worldwide 82,367 6,120,624 Philip G. Heasley
United Insurance Holdings 81,663 2,347,232 John L. Forney
BankUnited 80,354 4,718,572 Rajinder P. Singh
Herc Holdings 78,553 4,187,084 Lawrence H. Silber
WellCare Health Plans 78,139 11,344,738 Ken Burdick
Universal Insurance Holdings 74,179 19,252,897 Sean P. Downes
MasTec 71,633 6,753,557 Jose R. Más
NeoGenomics 69,825 3,483,508 Douglas M. VanOort
Vector Group 69,597 10,633,932 Howard M. Lorber
Brown & Brown 63,058 4,629,634 J. Powell Brown
SBA Communications 62,949 8,205,344 Jeffrey A. Stoops
Overseas Shipholding Group 61,072 1,535,684 Samuel H. Norton
Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Srvs 60,970 2,366,410 Richard Lampen
Goldfield 60,274 954,524 John H. Sottile
Seacoast Banking $59,455 $1,512,516 Dennis Hudson III
Faro Technologies 58,425 2,464,725 Simon Raab
Federated National Holding 57,241 2,964,533 Michael H. Braun
RTI Surgical 55,755 6,984,321 Camille I. Farhat
World Fuel Services 55,741 5,508,381 Michael J. Kasbar
Advanced Disposal Services 55,102 3,829,281 Richard Burke
Hemisphere Media 54,074 1,737,630 Alan J. Sokol
Tech Data 53,421 7,337,307 Robert M. Dutkowsky
Sun Hydraulics 52,290 958,836 Wolfgang H. Dangel
Seacor Holdings 51,750 5,269,135 Charles Fabrikant
Fidelity National Financial 51,464 8,961,216 Raymond R. Quirk
Gencor Industries 50,975 463,138 John E. Elliott
Platform Specialty Products 50,500 5,888,026 Rakesh Sachdev
TopBuild 50,145 3,829,247 Jerry Volas
Watsco 50,054 8,165,796 Albert H. Nahmad
FCB Financial Holdings 49,717 9,466,071 Kent S. Ellert
Cott 46,924 6,188,730 Jerry Fowden
AutoNation 45,543 12,186,944 Michael J. Jackson
HCI Group 45,088 4,130,557 Paresh Patel
CenterState Banks 44,911 2,088,108 John C. Corbett
Fidelity National Information Srvs 44,556 29,141,610 Gary Norcross
Ryder System 44,344 6,137,757 Robert E. Sanchez
Landstar System 43,864 4,434,676 Jim B. Gattoni
Web.com 43,372 5,647,928 David L. Brown
Welbilt 40,836 3,704,480 Hubertus M. Muehlhaeuser
PGT 40,523 1,795,279 Rodney Hershberger (retired)
Masonite International 39,392 4,172,550 Frederick J. Lynch
Opko Health 38,661 970,800 Phillip Frost
ILG 36,628 5,337,860 Craig M. Nash
Spirit Airlines 36,149 2,238,356 Robert L. Fornaro
GEO Group 35,630 9,664,433 George C. Zoley
Kforce 32,015 3,078,952 David L. Dunkel
Ocwen Financial 31,283 2,245,301 Ronald M. Faris
Office Depot 30,977 17,087,714 Gerry P. Smith
Hertz 30,645 8,046,260 Kathryn V. Marinello
Cross Country Healthcare 26,006 2,664,509 William J. Grubbs
BBX Capital 25,560 10,064,986 Alan B. Levan
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings 20,428 10,494,213 Frank J. Del Rio
Tupperware 20,290 7,247,764 E.V. Goings
Royal Caribbean 18,320 13,343,413 Richard D. Fain
Sykes Enterprises 10,450 4,239,837 Charles E. Sykes
Superior Group of Companies 9,640 3,021,167 Michael Benstock
Chico's FAS 7,495 8,381,456 Shelley G. Broader
Fresh Del Monte Produce 5,833 8,543,343 Mohammad Abu-Ghazaleh

 

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