Jeffrey Dyck

Schnitzer Steel

Senior Vice President and Co-President, CSS

Overview

Jeffrey Dyck received an average compensation of $1,254,171 at Schnitzer Steel from 2013 to 2018.

Annual data

2018

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$582,516
Salary$464,135
Stock Awards$514,979
Other$23,386
Total$1,585,016

In 2018, Jeffrey Dyck earned a total compensation of $1,585,016 as Senior Vice President and Co-President, CSS at Schnitzer Steel.

Dyck received $582,516 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 36.75% of total compensation.

Dyck also received $464,135 in salary, $514,979 in stock awards and $23,386 in other compensation.

2016

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$217,160
Salary$433,000
Stock Awards$514,947
Other$22,053
Total$1,187,160

In 2016, Jeffrey Dyck earned a total compensation of $1,187,160 as Senior Vice President and President, Steel Manufacturing Business at Schnitzer Steel.

Dyck received $514,947 in stock awards, which accounts for 43.38% of total compensation.

Dyck also received $217,160 in non-equity incentive plan, $433,000 in salary and $22,053 in other compensation.

2015

Bonus$85,712
Salary$428,558
Stock Awards$526,512
Other$21,290
Total$1,062,072

In 2015, Jeffrey Dyck earned a total compensation of $1,062,072 as Senior Vice President and President, Steel Manufacturing Business at Schnitzer Steel.

Dyck received $526,512 in stock awards, which accounts for 49.57% of total compensation.

Dyck also received $85,712 in bonus, $428,558 in salary and $21,290 in other compensation.

2014

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$449,904
Salary$412,000
Stock Awards$411,998
Other$23,799
Total$1,297,701

In 2014, Jeffrey Dyck earned a total compensation of $1,297,701 as Senior Vice President and President, Steel Manufacturing Business at Schnitzer Steel.

Dyck received $449,904 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 34.67% of total compensation.

Dyck also received $412,000 in salary, $411,998 in stock awards and $23,799 in other compensation.

2013

Bonus$12,014
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$356,411
Salary$400,462
Stock Awards$349,959
Other$20,060
Total$1,138,906

In 2013, Jeffrey Dyck earned a total compensation of $1,138,906 as Senior Vice President and President, Steel Manufacturing Business at Schnitzer Steel.

Dyck received $400,462 in salary, which accounts for 35.16% of total compensation.

Dyck also received $12,014 in bonus, $356,411 in non-equity incentive plan, $349,959 in stock awards and $20,060 in other compensation.