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The CEOs of Google and Apple both fell out of favor with employees this year - here's why, according to a survey of tech workers

Posted On: Jun 20, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

The CEOs of Google and Apple both fell out of favor with employees this year - here's why, according to a survey of tech workers

Glassdoor's annual 100 Highest-Rated CEOs report reveals both Apple's Tim Cook and Google's Sundar Pichai dropped heavily in the rankings, which are determined by anonymous employee feedback.
Cook, in particular ,dropped 43 spots from his place in last year's report, distinguishing himself as the tech CEO with the biggest dip in rankings.
A Glassdoor spokesperson told Business Insider that employees cited Apple's culture of secrecy and high stress for Cook's drop...
...and Google's growing corporate and bureaucratic work culture as the reasons behind the negative feedback for Pichai.
The past year hasn't been smooth sailing for the tech industry.
On Tuesday, Glassdoor released its annual 100 Highest Rated CEOs report, showing that CEO Mark Zuckerberg dropped six spots in the rankings. It's not particularly surprising, given Facebook's scandalous year - but Zuck still got off early compared with some of his tech CEO peers.
The report, which aggregates anonymous and voluntary employee reviews, shows Apple CEO...

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