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