Highest Rated CEOs in cosmetic field for 2017 by Glassdoor.
Glassdoor Highest Rated CEOs list | Johnson&Johnson nomination.
Glassdoor is well knows for its’ annual rankings of: ” Highest Rated CEOs “, “The Best Places to Work” and “Best Places to Interview”. Their annual review collects anonymous feedback of employees across the whole year. Those individuals have a chance to express their opinion about their work place, general manager and interview experience.
The first position in Glassdoor ranking of “Highest Rated CEOs” has Benno Dorer, who manages The Clorox Company. The second on the list is Jim Kavanaugh from World Wide Technology. The third award according to Glassdoor’s respondents goes to Michael F. Mahoney and Boston Scientific.
Among world class leaders listed in Highest Rated CEOs list we can find General Managers from cosmetic field. The highest rank was granted to Johnson&Johnson Ceo Alex Gorsky, with 30th postion. According to statistics, 95% of anonymous votes of J&J employees approved Gorsky’s leadership. Johnson&Johnson is famous for taking care of their employees underlining their core values of: always putting people first. One of the Glassdoor reviewers described, that “What makes J&J is the people who work here.”
Sephora and it’s CEO Calvin McDonald | 45th position on Highest Rated CEOs list.
45th position of The Highest Ranked CEOs was given to Calvin McDonald from Sephora. McDonald received 90% of a employees’ votes who approve him. 69% of respondents would recommend the company to a friend. One of the most frequently commented issues of Sephora and Calvin McDonald decisions are about benefits. Sephora’s personnel underlines the advantages of employee discount, health insurance policy and “401K plan”. Some of respondents express their happiness about chances that the company provides them on the field of self development and soft skills improvement.
David S. Taylor from P&G
Although 76th position of Highest Ranked CEOs is not the best result possible, David S. Taylor can be satisfied with his achievement. 92% of P&G’s employees approve Taylor. Moreover, 85% of them would recommend Propter&Gamble to their friends. P&G and David S. Taylor have also many other reasons to be glad about. The corporation creates an impact on customers lives for over 175 years already. It had one of the widest and strongest portfolios of brands, which in many cases are correlated with outstanding quality, utility and convenience. P&G is an owner of Gillete, Head&Shoulders, Lenor, Oral-B, Crest, Ariel, Always, Pampers and many other well know trademarks. Their products serves almost 5 billion people in 70 different countries worldwide.
The suprising fact related to the Glassdoor list of Highest Ranked CEOs, is an absence of the biggest P&G competitor: Unilever. Exclusion of Henkel and Shiseido might also suggest, that the joy we get from using cosmetic products, might not necessary come along with a joy of working in cosmetic industry.