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Glassdoor Names Todd Bavol a Highest Rated CEO in 2015!

Our employees are the ones to thank today as our Founder and CEO, Todd Bavol, is named one of the highest rated CEOs on Glassdoor, according to the company’s most recent report. Glassdoor, known as the most transparent jobs and careers marketplace, released its annual report highlighting the Highest Rated CEOs in several countries throughout North America and Europe.


Bavol appears on the small and mid-size companies in the U.S. list with an impressive 91% Approval Glassdoor Rating.

“This rating is all about Integrity’s culture and our approach to building an associate focused company,” states Bavol. “I’m proud to say we’ve built a culture where everyone strives to do their best, byexceeding expectations – creating more value for our associates and clients than has ever been done before in the staffing industry. I am privileged to be working with such a great team that pulls together to obtain the best performance standards, with enthusiasm and a desire that allows us to advance careers, companies and communities.”


CEO approval ratings are gathered through Glassdoor’s online company review survey, which seeks to gain current and former employee sentiment about job and company satisfaction, the workenvironment and the culture. Employees are asked to rate a number of workplace factors like compensation and benefits as well as work-life balance, and asked whether they approve or disapprove of the way their CEO is leading the company. In addition, employees are asked to describe some of the upsides and downsides of working for the company and provide any advice for senior management.


Check out the complete list here.

 

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