Employment review site Glassdoor just released its list of the top 50 CEOs of large companies, as rated by their own employees, and tech execs take up 15 spots. Google’s Larry Page tops the list, with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Apple’s Tim Cook and Ultimate Software’s Scott Scherr all in the top 10.
However, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos don’t make the list at all.
Expedia’s Dara Khosrowshahi and T-Mobile’s John Legere make their debut on the list. Khosrowshahi earned a 94 percent approval rating to come in at number 11, beating last year’s number one CEO, LinkedIn’s Jeff Weiner, who fell seven percentage points from 2014. Legere was ranked 14 with a 93 percent approval rating.
They’re joined by 13 other tech company CEOs, which makes tech the top industry on the list. However, the tech industry isn’t as heavily represented as last year, where they held 20 spots on the list.
Starbucks also makes this year’s list, but falls from spot 8 to 31. The coffee company’s CEO Howard Schultz lost just two percentage points, but saw stiff competition from other chief executives. Amazon fell out of the top 50 from the 32 spot last year, and Microsoft continues to be absent from the list.
Glassdoor compiles the annual list using employee reviews of CEOs who run companies with 1,000 employees or more. CEOs and senior management needed at least 100 reviews in the last year to be considered.