Monday, November 24, 2014

KCS nutrition director incentives

Last week we broke the story that Jon Dickl, the Knox County School system's nutrition services director, resigned. You can find it RIGHT SMACK HERE.

As noted, Dickl earned $105,100 in salary. In one of his letters to top staffers, he asked for some incentive money he said he was due. Yeah, go figure. Dude probably gets a travel allowance, too. Or did.

Anyhoo, I asked the KCS people about the incentive coin.

Here's what I was told:

"Mr. Dickl’s incentives are calculated on four key performance indicators (KPIs):
  • Labor Cost Percentage
  • Food Cost Percentage
  • Inventory Turnover Rate
  • Average Health Score
Based on the various calculations and the stated performance indicators, if Mr. Dickl were in good standing he may have earned a performance incentive of about $3,700 for 2014." 

Based on how the email to me was worded, I'm guessing that he's going going to get this money.

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