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The most senior was elected by the Apple site Glassdoor as chief executive with the highest rate of adoption by employees of their respective companies. Tim Cook succeeded Jobs and quickly became the most popular.
The Apple co-founder who died in 2011 had been considered the most popular CEO this year with an approval rating at around 95 percent. In an interim measure, in August 2011, when Steve Jobs announced his departure from Apple`s approval rating rose to 97 percent. The current manager of the Cupertino company equaled the mark of Steve Jobs, to meet the approval of 97 people in a hundred inquiries. The study of Glassdoor is based on the answer to one question by several anonymous employees "adopted the way your CEO is leading the company?".
Timothy D. Cook is on Apple since March 1998. Hired by Steve Jobs, has always been one of his strong arms within the company. Cook had already assumed the post of CEO in 2004 and 2009 when Jobs pulled out due to health problems. At 51 is the most successful chief executive of the world`s most valuable company, and since he came to command, Apple has hit record sales. During the interview the Glassdoor, an employee of the company`s brand apple said that "the company`s leadership is doing a fantastic job. We have the best team of all other managers. "
Second place went to Jim Turley, chief executive of Ernst & Young, with an approval of 95 percent, representing an increase of twelve percent for 2011. Paul Jacobs of Qualcomm, also with a pass rate of 95 percent by its employees, closes the podium, after starring in a seven percent rise in its popularity. Also noteworthy was the fifth place of Larry Page, Google CEO, with 94 percent approval, but which represents a decrease of two percent compared to its predecessor, Eric Schmidt.
In the top 25 Glassdor published by the company`s official blog Jeffrey Immelt, GE`s manager, showed the greatest growth to rise 19 percentage points to 83 percent, while Bob McDonald recorded the biggest drop of ten per cent, to their popularity in the rate of 84 points.
The table of the most popular chief executives in the business technology was based on 280,000 responses, from 16 March 2011 and March 15, 2012.