Big shock to Mark Zuckerberg, dropped from the list of top 100 CEOs, declining performance for the first time since 2013 | Mark Zuckerberg fails to appear on Glassdoor’s top 100 CEOs list due to poor ratings by employees

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has not been included in Glassdor’s list of this year’s Top 100 CEOs.

Big blow to Mark Zuckerberg, dropped from the list of top 100 CEOs, falling for the first time since 2013

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Mumbai : Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has not been included in Glassdor’s list of this year’s Top 100 CEOs. This is the first time since 213 that Zuckerberg has not been named by Glassdor in the list of top 100 CEOs. (Mark Zuckerberg fails to appear on Glassdoor’s top 100 CEOs list due to poor ratings by employees)

The job search site Glassdor has released a list of annual CEO rankings (global) based on employee approval ratings. Zuckerberg’s approval fell by 94 percent in 2019 and 89 percent in 2021 from May 2020 to May 2021, according to a Glasdor survey of Facebook employees.

Glasdor surveyed 700 Facebook employees, according to a Bloomberg report. This is a small fraction of Facebook’s 60,000 employees. Glassdoor is considered a recruitment tool and CEO approval is clearly indicated on the company’s page.

Why did Mark Zuckerberg stay behind?

When Glassdor launched the list in 2013, Mark Zuckerberg topped the list with a 99 percent approval score. In the late 2020s and early 2021s, Zuckerberg’s employee approvals either dropped or reduced employee approvals.

According to a Bloomberg report, Facebook is facing a number of problems due to misinformation given during the US presidential election and errors in the COVID-19 figures. This social media has not yet recovered from this case, or its effects are still being felt.

Zuckerberg’s approval rating is still higher than the average CEO approval rating of 73%. Glasdor has released its 2021 list, announcing the average CEO approval rating figures.

Facebook will be updated according to the new IT rules

Big digital companies like Google and Facebook have started updating their websites in accordance with India’s new Social Media Rules, including the appointment of grievance officers and other information.

According to government sources, big social media companies like Google, Facebook and WhatsApp have shared various details with the Ministry of Information Technology (IT) under the new digital rules. The new rules require large social media intermediaries to appoint grievance redressal officers, nodal officers and chief executive officers. These officers must be posted in India and will stay here.

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(Mark Zuckerberg fails to appear on Glassdoor’s top 100 CEOs list due to poor ratings by employees)

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