How much does CEO Jim Farley earn

Ford CEO Jim Farley received a total compensation of $22,813,174 in 2021 for running the company, according to documents from the Dearborn automaker released Friday.

The ratio of the CEO’s total compensation to the median of all employees’ total compensation is 356 to 1.

Ford includes pay-to-pay ratio data for its full-time workforce in its annual executive compensation report to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, a disclosure the company now requires under the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act.

Ford detailed more than $74.5 million in executive compensation for its top five executives in 2021: Farley, chief financial officer John Lawler, board chair Bill Ford, chief enterprise technology officer Michael Amend and Chief EV and Digital Systems Officer for Ford Model e, Doug Field, the filing shows.

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Ford’s biggest individual earner last year was Farley, whose total compensation was divided into $1.7 million in salaries, $16 million in stock awards, nearly $3.7 million in incentive plan compensation, and about $1.4 million in other payments.

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