Haute 100 SF Update: Mark Zuckerberg Replaces Tim Cook as Highest-Rated CEO

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Mark Zuckerberg. Credit: Cultofmac.com

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has replaced Tim Cook as the highest-rated CEO in tech, according to employee approval ratings on Glassdoor. Cook’s 97% approval rating from 2012 has dropped down to 93%, which takes him from first position all the way down to 18th. Zuckerberg now has an impressive 99% approval rating.

Cook continues to feature in Glassdoor’s Top 50 Highest-Rated CEOs list, but he has now dropped out of the top ten, despite only losing five percentage points. It also takes him below predecessor Steve Jobs’s 95% rating.

Zuckerberg gained 14 percentage points this year, having earned an 84% approval rating in 2012, which takes him to the top of the board. SAP’s co-CEOs, Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe, were also awarded a 99% approval rating by their employees, giving them the number two spot.

[Source: cultofmac.com]

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