Skyline CEO Mark Yost's 2021 pay falls 28% to $2.6M
Skyline reports 2021 executive compensation
By ExecPay News
Published: June 22, 2021
Skyline reported fiscal year 2021 executive compensation information on June 22, 2021.
In 2021, five Skyline executives received on average a compensation package of $1.4M, a 4% decrease compared to previous year.
Mark Yost, Chief Executive Officer, received $2.6M in total, which decreased by 28% compared to 2020. 31% of Yost's compensation, or $819K, was in stock awards. Yost also received $780K in non-equity incentive plan, $428K in option awards, $600K in salary, as well as $8.6K in other compensation.
For fiscal year 2021, the median employee pay was $35,934 at Skyline. Therefore, the ratio of Mark Yost's pay to the median employee pay was 73 to one.
Laurie Hough, Chief Financial Officer, received a compensation package of $1.4M, which decreased by 17% compared to previous year. 30% of the compensation package, or $425K, was in salary.
Joseph Kimmell, Executive Vice President, Operations, earned $1M in 2021, a 13% decrease compared to previous year.
Wade Lyall, Executive Vice President, Salesand Business Development, received $1M in 2021, which decreases by 12% compared to 2020.
Robert Spence, General Counsel, earned $951K in 2021, which is about the same as previous year.
Skyline's fiscal year ends on March 28.