This year, Zoom Video Communications' Eric S. Yuan took the top spot.
He's the first person of color to top this list, according to Glassdoor.
Some of the CEOs on this year's list are household names, like Mark Zuckerberg and Marc Benioff.
Others run hospitals, grocery chains, and even a large winery and distributor.
Glassdoor just released its rankings for the best CEOs of 2018, according to employees.
Now we know which top bosses are incredibly popular within their own companies.
According to the job site, this year also saw the first person of color to take the top spot — Zoom Video Communications' Eric S. Yuan.
The 2018 Highest-Rated CEOs report was compiled from the input of anonymous employees who reviewed their companies on Glassdoor. When filling out a review, Glassdoor users can rate their CEO to indicate their approval, neutrality, or disapproval.
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 from US-based employees between May 2, 2017 and May 1, 2018.
The rankings were close, and final results had to be rounded up to whole numbers. They are not ties.
Head over to Glassdoor for the top 100 list, and keep scrolling below for the top 34 CEOs, who all received employee approval ratings of 95% and up.
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