In the Top 5% of 1806 Similar Sized Companies on Comparably
In the Top 10% of 913 Nearby Companies in San Francisco
2nd place versus 4 competitors rated on Comparably
Sasan Goodarzi is the CEO of Intuit. Serving in the role since January 1, 2019, he leads the company in delivering on its mission of powering prosperity across the globe by leveraging Intuit’s global technology platform to help consumers and small businesses overcome their most important financial challenges with TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, Credit Karma and Mailchimp.
Since joining Intuit in 2004, Goodarzi has successfully led each of the company’s largest businesses. Goodarzi came to the United States from Iran when he was a child and grew up in Orlando, Florida. He has two children and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife.
The CEO score provides an understanding of how employees feel about the CEO’s leadership style and effectiveness at Intuit.
Based on 146 ratings, Sasan Goodarzi ranks right below LinkedIn's CEO, Ryan Roslansky.
Intuit's CEO is highly regarded by African American/Black employees and employees who have been at the company 5 to 10 Years. However, employees who have been at the company 1 to 2 Years, Asian or Pacific Islander employees, and the Product department have a less favorable view of the CEO and believe there is room for improvement. Overall, the CEO score has remained stable over the last 90 days.
Intuit ranks in the Top 5% of other companies on Comparably with 5,001-10,000 Employees for CEO Rating Score.