Blind Publishes List Of CEOs Who Are Loved And Hated By Their Own Employees

 The years 2022 and 2023 show many conglomerate companies, especially in the technology sector have reduced their workforce due to concerns that they have taken on too many workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Recently, the professional social media platform Blind has made a large assessment of the CEOs of the largest companies in the world, where they have asked the employees of these companies to evaluate for themselves whether their CEOs are good or not.

Among the criteria used for this evaluation include the company's performance, workforce management and also the company's salary scale. The three CEOs with the highest positive percentages include Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, Doug McMillon, CEO of Walmart and Nikesh Arora, CEO of Palo Alto Networks.

Other prominent CEOs that their employees like include Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, and Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel.

The CEOs with the lowest rating percentages on this list include Linda Yaccarino, CEO of X, David Goeckeler, CEO of Western Digital and John Riccitiello, CEO of Unity Technologies, who just resigned last week due to an incident involving price increases for subscriptions to their game development software.

Among the criteria seen in parallel with all CEOs who have the lowest rating is the issue of workforce management. All these CEOs are seen to have laid off workers in huge numbers without making any changes to make the company more efficient.

According to Blind's report, a total of 13,171 employees participated in this evaluation, and the performance of 103 CEOs was evaluated by their own employees anonymously, showing an average rating of only 32 percent.

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