Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Reviews

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Based on 1,884 responses, the job of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.63 out of 5. On average, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)s are extremely satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Chief Executive Officer (CEO)?

August 2015
"Always remain within a certain field of operation."
Chief Executive Officer (CEO):
Save enough for early retirement.
September 2015
Chief Executive Officer (CEO):
Pros: Making strategic and viable decisions on emerging issues.
Cons: Poor Working Environment.
September 2015
"Loyal."
Chief Executive Officer (CEO):
Support your staff, ensure you have up to date equipment, listen to patients.
September 2015
"Exciting, challenging, worth every minute."
Chief Executive Officer (CEO):
Pros: The trust placed in me.
Cons: When I'm unable to deliver what I committed to deliver.
October 2015
"It's OK."
Chief Executive Officer (CEO):
Pros: Interesting topic area. Close proximity to home & family.
Cons: Internal red tape/compliance. Occasional lack of professionalism of a small number of wider colleagues.
October 2015
"The management."
Chief Executive Officer (CEO):
Pros: Managing people, making my schedule, creating new policies/procedures, setting and meeting goals, new industry, helping consumers.
Cons: Stress level, work 12 hour shifts, never a set schedule, last minute decisions from president, don't have a personal life.
October 2015
"Financial background."
Chief Executive Officer (CEO):
To understand the full operation works of the company and to scrutinize the financial statement of the company. The ability to excel both in people management and operations.