America's 10 highest rated CEOs

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  • Glassdoor has released its latest list with CEO approval ratings
  • LinkedIn boss Jeff Weiner has been named the highest-rated boss

LinkedIn employees seem to love their boss.

Jeff Weiner has claimed the number one spot in Glassdoor's latest survey of highest rated CEOs at large companies, getting a perfect 100% approval score from his staff. The LinkedIn boss was followed by Ford Motor's Alan Mulally and Edelman's Richard Edelman, both with 97% approval.

Each year jobs and career website Glassdoor collects feedback from U.S.-based employees, in which they anonymously say what they think of the way their boss is leading their company. To be considered for the survey, chief executives at U.S.-headquartered large companies had to receive at least 100 approved reviews, according to Glassdoor.

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