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Larry Page of Google is America’s Highest Rated CEO


Google’s leader Larry Page leads the pack when it comes to popularity among one’s employees. He rated number one in the ranking of America’s top 50 CEOS in Glass Door’s 2015 survey.

Page received a positive review from 97% of Google employees who were surveyed.

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg came in 4th with a 95% approval and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd C. Blankfein came in 7th with a 95% rating.

Glass Door surveyed 2, 886 Google employees. Page received 4.5 out of 5 star and 93% said that they would reccommend him to a friend.

Some of the good things said about him included “Great work-life balance with adequate opportunity for career development” (in 140 reviews) and “Free food onsite three times a day is an essential convenience factor” (in 262 reviews).

On the negative side, 93 people said, “You can feel that it’s a really big company now – difficult to advance & a lot of red tape.”

“This ranking comes directly from employees, ” Scott Dobroski, Glassdoor’s career trends analyst, told The Huffington Post. “It’s according to the people who really know their CEOs best.”

See the full summary on Larry Page here.



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