FY2023 Net income $16 billion. So Robbins "get" of $31.8 million was 0.2 percent of that. Measuring in terms of # times average employee pay doesn't seem like a necessarily useful metric to me. I'm more inclined to ask about whether the metrics used to decide CEO pay is an effective motivator, and if so motivating towards what goals? It's well known that short sighted activist investment funds threatening hell based on next quarter results and dividends care nothing for the long term because they'll take their money and go somewhere else - often leaving the company itself and all its its employees in the lurch. Outsource, offshore, downsize, and die. But CISCO is still here, for now.