At the beginning of this week we have echoed a survey in which we saw how Apple is in third position in the Fortune ranking, on the 500 best companies in the world. On this occasion, I am going to comment on another classification made by Glassdoor, a company that every year conducts a survey among all employees of large companies to see the level of employee satisfaction with the CEO of the company where they work. Last year, Tim Cook reached the tenth position in this ranking, but according to the latest survey carried out in more than 4 employees of the company, they have promoted him to the position number 8.
Glassdoor, for those who do not know it, is a company dedicated to the recruitment of personnel for companies as well as being a job search tool for employees. The company claims to be the "most transparent" service of all available in the market and each year publishes a ranking to recognize the best CEOs in the country.
In this ranking, we can see how Bob Bechek, CEO of Brain & Company tops the ranking with 99% satisfaction among his employees, followed by Scott Scherk from Ultimate Software and Dominic Barton from McKinsey & Company. Until the fourth position we do not find a CEO recognized by all users. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook are in fourth position, while Sundai Pichai, CEO of Google is in seventh position, one above Tim Cook.
- Bob Bechek - Bain & Company
- Scott Scherr - Ultimate Software
- Dominic Barton - McKinsey & Company
- Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook
- Jeff Weiner - LinkedIn
- Marc Benioff - Salesforce
- Sundar Pichai - Google
- Tim Cook - Apple
- Joseph R. Sivewright - Nestlé Purina PetCare
- Jim Whitehurst - Red Hat
According to Glassroom, Tim Cook has achieved 96% satisfaction among employees surveyed by the company, which represents 2% more than last year, which has allowed it to rise from the tenth position to the eighth. This classification is carried out through anonymous surveys in which questions are asked about the quality of work, the treatment of employees and working hours. When it came to evaluating feedback on Tim Cook, employees had three options to respond to: Approved, Suspended, or No Comment.