The Teamsters union called Tuesday for health-care giant McKesson to take back millions of dollars in incentive pay from chief executive*John H. Hammergren, citing damage to the company's reputation caused by its role in the opioid crisis.
In a letter, Ken Hall, general secretary and treasurer of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, urged the company's board of directors to use its “executive clawback policy to recover all or a significant portion of CEO Hammergren's incentive pay” over the past year and suspend future payouts until it restructures its compensation system. He also suggested that the board investigate rescinding incentive pay for other executives.


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