Domino's Pizza CEO Richard Allison's 2018 pay jumps 313% to $9.1M

Domino's Pizza reports 2018 executive compensation

Published: March 14, 2019

Domino's Pizza reported fiscal year 2018 executive compensation information on March 14, 2019.

In 2018, six executives at Domino's Pizza received on average a compensation package of $4.2M, a 36% increase compared to previous year.

Average pay of disclosed executives at Domino's Pizza

Richard E. Allison, Jr, Chief Executive Officer, received $9.1M in total, which increased by 313% compared to 2017. 59.64% of Allison's compensation, or $5.4M, was in stock awards. Allison also received $1.5M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.3M in option awards, $744.7K in salary, as well as $161.2K in other compensation.

For fiscal year 2018, the median employee pay was $19,077 at Domino's Pizza. Therefore, the ratio of Richard E. Allison, Jr's pay to the median employee pay was 477 to one.

Russell J. Weiner, Chief Operating Officer, received a compensation package of $6.4M, which increased by 185% compared to previous year. 61.16% of the compensation package, or $3.9M, was in stock awards.

J. Patrick Doyle, Chief Executive Officer, earned $4.6M in 2018, a 42% decrease compared to previous year.

Joseph H. Jordan, Executive Vice President, International, received $1.8M in 2018.

J. Kevin Vasconi, Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer, earned $1.7M in 2018.

Jeffrey D. Lawrence, Chief Financial Officer, received $1.7M in 2018, which increases by 2% compared to 2017.