Glassdoor surveyed hundreds of thousands of employees across various industries, and based on their feedback over the past 12 months, ranked the most impressive bosses, one of which happens to be hoodie-wearing billionaire Zuck.
Despite a class-action lawsuit, privacy settings confusion, and concerns over the new Graph Search option, Facebook workers have apparently been pleased with their fearless leader, boosting him 14 points from last year's list.
Facebook is "an open community from Zuck on down," one anonymous Menlo Park employee said in a statement on Glassdoor. "Mututal trust companywide and sense of community and drive, instilled by our CEO, who we truly respect."
Facebook said in a statement that it recognizes the importance of employee endorsements, stressing that "support from the people closest to you is usually the most gratifying, so high employee sentiment is a particularly meaningful compliment."
Zuckerberg isn't the only tech company head adored by his employees; 18 of the top 50 listed CEOs are at the helm of technology-based organizations, including SAP's Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe, who rose seven points from 2012 to tie with Zuck for first place.