Can't stand the big boss at work?

Try getting a job at Facebook, LinkedIn, or Apple. Employees at these companies have three of America's most beloved CEOs. 

That's according to a new report by Glassdoor, an online jobs and careers community. The 2016 Highest-Rated CEOs report relied solely on the input of employees who elected to participate anonymously in an online company review survey.

Respondents were asked to rate their CEO and say whether they approve of the way he or she is leading the company.

To be eligible for the final ranking, each CEO had to run a company with at least 1,000 employees, and had to have at least 100 approval ratings, senior management ratings, and company reviews between May 2015 and May 2016.

Below are the top 20. Click here for the top 50.

1. Bob Bechek, Bain & Company

CEO approval rating: 99%

"Strong leaders are willing to take the time to do the right thing and support developing employees." -- Bain & Company associate consultant


2. Scott Scherr, Ultimate Software

CEO approval rating: 99%

"Scott (the CEO) is the sweetest man alive and that's why the company has such amazing culture ... he takes care of anyone and everyone around him." -- Ultimate Software outside sales employee 


3. Dominic Barton, McKinsey & Company

CEO approval rating: 99%

"Good infrastructure, strong leadership, continuously improving, career growth is high, lot of motivation, care taken by leadership team, your ideas will be taken." -- McKinsey & Company employee


4. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook

CEO approval rating: 97%

"Mark Zuckerberg is phenomenal. Amazing leadership team. Very open, no BS, great mission. Great perks. Work and teammates are very enjoyable." -- Facebook Partnerships employee 


5. Jeff Weiner, LinkedIn

CEO approval rating: 97%

"I love the freedom managers give us to take on big challenges. Plus, the CEO is just a great leader." -- LinkedIn marketing manager


6. Marc Benioff, Salesforce

CEO approval rating: 97%

"Mark B ... this man gets it. I love working in a company where someone at his level is not just focused on his company's bottom line but he can see how important people and culture are to build a good company." -- Salesforce change management employee 


7. Sundar Pichai, Google

CEO approval rating: 96%

"Visionary leadership, interesting products, great brand, great perks, very focused on employee development/growth." -- Google employee

8. Tim Cook, Apple

CEO approval rating: 96%

"Many great managers especially at the top most levels. Plenty of smart people." -- Apple software engineering manager


9. Joseph R. Sivewright, Nestlé Purina PetCare

CEO approval rating: 96%

"Nestle Purina is a company where the senior leadership team not only asks associates what they think about how things are going at the company as a whole, but they actually respond & create action plans based on associate feedback." -- Nestlé Purina PetCare employee 


10. Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat

CEO approval rating: 96%

"It's the first and only company I've ever worked at that gave me the impression that the C-level types actually care what we think. Policies are often made/changed based on solicited employee feedback." -- Red Hat employee


11. David S. Taylor, Procter & Gamble

CEO approval rating: 95%

"Leadership is incredibly supportive and a very strong emphasis is placed on mentorship and development." -- Procter & Gamble supply chain manager

12. John Legere, T-Mobile

CEO approval rating: 95%

"The CEO is the best ever!" -- T-Mobile customer service representative 


13. John B. Veihmeyer, KPMG

CEO approval rating: 95%

"Management does everything they can to support a happy work environment." -- KPMG manager 

14. Mark Weinberger, EY

CEO approval rating: 95%

"Leadership and team members help build a team environment where everyone has a voice. Leadership recognizes individuals for their contributions and provides guidance." -- EY employee 


15. Jack Little, MathWorks

CEO approval rating: 95%

"10+ years, and Jack Little -; CEO and owner -- is still the main reason that Mathworks is great. He's keeping it real after 30 years." -- MathWorks senior engineer 


16. Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson

CEO approval rating: 95%

"Thoughtful leadership and well positioned to invent innovate and deliver." -- Johnson & Johnson employee

17. Lynsi Snyder, In-N-Out Burger

CEO approval rating: 95%

"Good pay, strong leadership, opportunities to advance in the company." -- In-N-Out Burger employee 


18. Aron J. Ain, Kronos Incorporated

CEO approval rating: 95%

"CEO is world class (he knows the business inside and out; he is not afraid to change; and no one works harder than him)." -- Kronos Incorporated marketing manager 

19. Charles C. Butt, H E B

CEO approval rating: 95%

"Very senior leaders in the company are hiring managers for store leaders. They truly care about who they hire and put in charge which is very refreshing." -- H E B School of Retail Leadership employee 


20. Shantanu Narayen, Adobe

CEO approval rating: 95%

"Leadership puts a lot of trust in each employee to do their best. Because of this, there is a lot of opportunity to influence things in a meaningful way that is rare in a company this size." 
-- Adobe senior software engineer 

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