charitably, this is not realisticBri Bri plumped his golden parachute nice and big. We are paying the price. His exit package even at retirement will probably exceed the companies hourly payroll for the year. Allegedly.
i am doing some real lazy napkin math here, but you have somewhere in the ballpark of 1900 stores whose payroll needs range from as low as ~800 hours a week total for some small formats to 5000+ hours for supers and UHV stores, so let's find a middle ground and say maybe 2500 hours of payroll per week per store, averaged out chainwide
that's... roughly? four and a half million hours of payroll per month? at a baseline cost of fifteen an hour, that's $71m right there. and that's not counting DC team members, stores where the base pay is over $15/hr, accounting for all of the other costs that go into payroll than just the hourly wage paid to team members, etc.
there is absolutely no way cornell is getting an exit package north of $125m