After being named the 14th highest-rated CEO in the US last year, T-Mobile’s John Legere has moved up in this year’s edition of the Glassdoor report.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere has been named the No. 12 highest-rated CEO in the US by Glassdoor, which relied on company reviews posted by employees. These reviews are voluntary and anonymous, and in them, employees are asked to rate things like the sentiment about their CEO’s leadership, their satisfaction with their employer, senior management, and more.
Here’s what John Legere had to say about moving up on Glassdoor’s list of the highest-rated CEOs in the country:
“My #1 job is to bring the Un-carrier to life—both for our customers and for our people. Here at T-Mobile, that means making this a challenging, inclusive and diverse workplace where we can all be ourselves and do what we do best—solve customer pain points. And it means making sure our people share in this company’s success by making them owners through annual stock grants.”
Some of the other notable CEOs in Glassdoor’s list of the top 50 highest-rated CEOs in the US include NVIDIA’s Jen-Hsun Huang at No. 36, Apple CEO Tim Cook at No. 8, Google CEO Sundar Pichai at No. 7, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at No. 4, and Bain & Company CEO Bob Bechak at the No. 1 spot.
You can check out Glassdoor’s full list of the top 50 highest-rated CEOs in the US at the link below.