It's been a rough year at Hewlett-Packard .
The stock has underperformed peers. This week CEO Leo Apotheker announced a big executive changes. Now the company is suing Oracle.
Employees who breathed a sigh of relief when scandal forced out Mark Hurd may be sighing for different reasons now.
Glassdoor.com is where some of those HP workers are venting . The website allows employees at a variety of companies anonymously rate their firms and their CEOs (one caveat, you can't prove the employees are who they say they are).
Based on reviews, the bloom is off the rose for Apotheker. His approval rating, as measured on Glassdoor, has fallen from 72 percent last December, to 57 percent now. As this chart shows, employees at Intel and Oracle like their CEOs much better. Imagine trailing Larry Ellison by almost 30 points in a popularity contest.