Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg make leading CEO list for 7th year in a row

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Apple, Facebook, Google and the rest of Silicon Valley might be under pressure from customers and legislators, however tech staff members obviously see a various side of presidents. Apple CEO Tim Cook and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrived on Glassdoor’s 2019 list of the leading CEOs in the United States. They’re the only 2 executives to have actually made the list every year.

Glassdoor, among the world’s biggest task and hiring websites, launched its yearly Top 100 CEOs list on Tuesday, the primary element of its annual Employees’ Choice Awards. 

Nearly 30 CEOs from the tech market made this year’s list. Cook moved higher on the list, from No. 96 to No. 69, and Zuckerberg fell from the No. 16 area in 2018 to No. 55 this year.  Microsoft’s Satya Nadella and Google’s Sundar Pichai likewise arrived on the list, at No. 6 and No. 46, respectively. Pat Gelsinger, CEO of VMware (No. 78 in 2018) ousted Eric Yuan, Zoom Video Communications CEO, from the No. 1 area.

Who makes the list and how it’s put together is figured out by confidential worker evaluations and an algorithm that takes a look at the amount, quality and consistency of evaluations throughout the eligibility amount of time.

Here are the tech CEOs who made the list:

  • Pat Gelsinger: No. 1
    VMware
    (99% CEO approval score)
  • John Legere: No. 4
    T-Mobile
    (99% CEO approval score) 
  • Shantanu Narayen: No. 5
    Adobe
    (98% CEO approval score)
  • Satya Nadella: No. 6
    Microsoft
    (98% CEO approval score)
  • Jeff Weiner: No. 8
    LinkedIn
    (97% CEO approval score)
  • Brian Halligan: No. 16
    HubSpot
    (96% CEO approval score)
  • Marc Benioff and Keith Block: No. 17
    Salesforce
    (96% CEO approval score)
  • Jen-Hsun Huang: No. 18
    Nvidia
    (96% CEO approval score)
  • Aneel Bhusri: No. 22
    Workday
    (96% CEO approval score)
  • Daniel Springer: No. 27
    DocuSign
    (96% CEO approval score)
  • Aron J. Ain: No. 30
    Kronos Incorporated
    (95% CEO approval score)
  • Bill McDermott: No. 31
    SAP
    (95% CEO approval score)
  • Anant Yardi: No. 33
    Yardi Systems
    (95% CEO approval score)
  • Dan Schulman: No.34
    PayPal
    (95% CEO approval score)
  • Scott Scherr: No. 38
    Ultimate Software
    (95% CEO approval score)
  • Chuck Robbins: No. 40
    Cisco Systems
    (95% CEO approval score)
  • David Wadhwani: No. 41
    AppDynamics
    (95% CEO approval score)
  • Sundar Pichai: No. 46
    Google
    (94% CEO approval score)
  • Mark Zuckerberg: No. 55
    Facebook
    (94% CEO approval score)
  • Sajan Pillai: No. 56
    UST Global
    (94% CEO approval score)
  • Robert Reffkin: No. 63
    Compass
    (93% CEO approval score)
  • Chad Richison: No. 66
    Paycom
    (93% CEO approval score)
  • Tim Cook: No. 69
    Apple
    (92% CEO approval score)
  • Steve Beauchamp: No. 77
    Paylocity
    (92% CEO approval score)
  • Michael Hansen: No. 84
    Cengage
    (91% CEO approval score)
  • Martin Mucci: No. 85
    Paychex
    (91% CEO approval score)
  • Jim Kavanaugh: No. 86
    World Wide Technology
    (91% CEO approval score)
  • Alfred F. Kelly Jr.: No. 90
    Visa Inc.
    (91% CEO approval score)

Originally released June 18.
Update, June 19: Adds John Legere, T-Mobile CEO. 


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