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Zoetis comp plan

Discussion in 'Pfizer Animal Health' started by anonymous, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:22 PM.

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  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    there is no board for zoetis. What is the avg comp plan for territory business managers? I have 2years exp. Base / bonus?
     

  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Do you have these words in your vocabulary?: need help, please, thank you
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Sorry. Please. English new to mei learn from angry
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    You are paid peanuts — only the HQ (senior leadership) oligarchs are compensated at obscene levels! AOC and Bernie - help end this truly disgusting income inequality!
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    See how much our Zoetis oligarchs are being paid. Are they worth this? Does this seem fair?

    Annual Compensation Salary Total Target Compensation Additional Benefits

    Juan Ramón Alaix $1,200,000 $10,800,000
    Glenn C. David $ 626,250 $ 2,727,250
    Kristin C. Peck $ 675,000 $ 2,715,000
    Clinton A. Lewis, Jr. $ 675,000 $ 2,715,000 $ 1,590,314*
    Catherine A. Knupp $ 626,250 $ 2,627,250

    *In connection with his role, Mr. Lewis was on assignment in Ireland through May 15, 2018, when he returned to continue serving in this role in the United States. This assignment was at the company’s request and Mr. Lewis received benefits in line with those that are generally available to all Zoetis employees serving in international assignments. In 2018 these benefits included $99,168 for housing and living costs, $48,225 for relocation services in Ireland, and taxes of $1,442,921 paid by the company for benefits related to his assignment.
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    This is what our Zoetis oligarchs are being paid. Are they worth it? Does this seem fair?


    Annual Compensation Salary Total Target Compensation Additional Benefits

    Juan Ramón Alaix $1,200,000 $10,800,000

    Glenn C. David $ 626,250 $ 2,727,250

    Kristin C. Peck $ 675,000 $ 2,715,000

    Clinton A. Lewis, Jr. $ 675,000 $ 2,715,000 $ 1,590,314*

    Catherine A. Knupp $ 626,250 $ 2,627,250


    *In connection with his role, Mr. Lewis was on assignment in Ireland through May 15, 2018, when he returned to continue serving in this role in the United States. This assignment was at the company’s request and Mr. Lewis received benefits in line with those that are generally available to all Zoetis employees serving in international assignments. In 2018 these benefits included $99,168 for housing and living costs, $48,225 for relocation services in Ireland, and taxes of $1,442,921 paid by the company for benefits related to his assignment.
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Ha ha, yeah come on AOC and Bernie let's see how many of these "low paid" pharma reps still have jobs when you are in power! Watch these poor souls give up their company cars, $150k+ jobs and great benefits in the same of Democratic Socialism. I hear there's going to be some great jobs created working on wind turbines or building low cost housing that should pay $20 an hour. Hell, if that doesn't work out you can always get $15 minimum wage at white castle.