Schneider Electric's Tricoire named a Glassdoor Top CEO
Schneider Electric CEO and Chairman Jean-Pascal Tricoire has been named a Glassdoor Top CEO for his ongoing commitment to building an inclusive and empowering employee culture that drives innovation and sustainability.
Glassdoor released its annual Employee Choice Award recognising the top CEOs in countries throughout North America and parts of Europe.
Tricoire ranked second in France and eighth in Canada based on anonymous and voluntary employee feedback throughout the past year. Globally, he holds a 97% approval rating from employees, 24 points higher than the Glassdoor CEO average.
“Great people make Schneider Electric a great company,” said Charise Le, Chief Human Resources Officer at Schneider Electric.
“I am delighted that our employees recognise we collectively drive a meaningful purpose to enable progress and sustainability for all. At the same time, we are committed to providing equal opportunities to everyone, everywhere, so that our employees are empowered to innovate and manage their unique life and work.”
Since being named CEO in 2006, Tricoire’s leadership has helped transform Schneider into a global group, extending the scope of the company’s activities from a vendor of electrical products to a supplier of digital systems. His commitment to sustainability, founded within the purpose of ‘empowering all to make the most of our energy and resources’, led to Schneider being recognised as the 2021 Most Sustainable Corporation in the World by Corporate Knights.
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Those who wish to apply for the 2021 Energy Networks Industry Awards have until 16 August to do so.
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