Philippa Jones, Carolyn McCall, Sacha Romanovitch & Pamela Nicholson make Glassdoor’s highest rated CEOs list

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Female CEOs have been recognised in job site, Glassdoor’s annual Employee Choice Awards.

Philippa Jones, Bromford; Carolyn McCall, easyJet; Sacha Romanovitch, Grant Thornton UK LLP; and Pamela M. Nicholson, Enterprise, all made it to the top 50 Highest Rated CEOs list in the UK.

Jones entered the list at 11, with 94 per cent of employees approving, while McCall came 30th, with 89 per cent of employees approving; Romanovitch came 35th with an 88 per cent approval rating; and Nicholson came 49th, with an 85 per cent approval rating.

The list also saw Anglian Water CEO, Peter Simpson crowned winner. Speaking about his achievements, Simpson said, “I feel incredibly flattered – and surprised – to have won this award and would like to thank all our employees who make Anglian Water such a great place to work for everyone, including myself.”

“I’m very grateful that I have a role where I can work with and develop people and teams in the pursuit of doing something meaningful, and where I can see the impact of what we’re doing.”

Other companies recognised include Salesforce, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Unilever, Accenture, Apple, UBS, Morgan Stanley, PwC and Cisco Systems, amongst others.

View all of the winners of the Highest Rated CEOs list here

The awards honour the Highest Rated CEOs in 2017 across North America and Europe. The awards are based on the input of employees who voluntarily provide anonymous feedback by completing a company review, about their CEOs leadership, along with insight into their job, work environment and employer over the past year.

Robert Hohman, Glassdoor co-founder and CEO, said, “CEOs tell us the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award is one of the highest honours they can receive because it truly reflects employee opinion about the job they do every day.”

“We know that CEO approval ratings correlate to overall employee satisfaction and trust in senior leadership, which contributes to long-term employee engagement, ultimately helping an employer’s recruiting and retention efforts.”

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