For the past five years, non-profit As You Sow has tracked the salaries of S&P 500 CEOs as a way to promote accountability for excessive compensation.
It recently released its 2019 list, which revealed that while shareholders are beginning to vote against excessive CEO raises, overall pay for CEOs is still on the rise.
But how are "overpaid" CEOs seen by their employees? Are people happy to work somewhere where their chief executive makes 100, or even 1,000 times, their annual salary? Using employee sentiment data from Glassdoor, we look at As You Sow's list to uncover what those CEO's approval ratings are looking like.