In a recent anonymous survey conducted on Apple employees, current CEO of the Cupertino giant Timothy Cook received an approval rating of 97 percent. This has been revealed by the jobs and career community site Glassdoor, which conducted this survey.
The figure shows the percentage of company’s employees that gave positive feedback about him in the last year. However, as reported in the blog Glassdoor, rating of former Apple chief Steve Jobs was 95 percent in March, 2011.
One of the employees of Apple wrote in his feedback, “Great company with great leaders…. The products speak for themselves and the company.”
It must be recalled that last year Apple was ranked first in the list of “most admired companies in the world”, compiled annually by Fortune magazine. Level of satisfaction in the rating was assessed based upon the innovations of companies, product quality, financial wealth and other factors.
After the departure of Steve Jobs from his post as head of the corporation, and his death, some analysts had speculated that Apple would not exist for long without its “ideological mastermind.” However, proving all those predictions wrong, the technology giant released two products iPhone 4S and new iPad under the leadership of Cook that have beaten all the previous sales records. Moreover, Apple shares also topped historic high.
List of “best managers”, compiled by Glassdoor, also include the head of Ernst & Young, Jim Turley, Quallcom CEO Paul Jacobs, co-founder of Google, Larry Page, Intel CEO Paul Otellini and others.