Working at Cisco Systems Inc

3.7
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  • Appreciation
    3.6
  • Company Outlook
    4.0
  • Fair Pay
    2.9
  • Learning and Development
    3.9
  • Manager Communication
    3.9
  • Manager Relationship
    4.1
  • Pay Policy
    2.7
  • Pay Transparency
    2.6
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Cisco Systems Inc Reviews

What is it like working at Cisco Systems Inc?

January 2019
Android Software Developer:
Experience wasn't good. Not a great place to learn new technologies. They use legacy codes for most of their running projects. Work-life balance is great. Compensation is decent. Management is nice.
August 2019
Junior Graphic Designer in Washington:
Pros: Th flexibility and work life balance.
Cons: I feel like teams and groups are often separated and secluded.
April 2015
"Simply awesome and superlative."
Network Engineer:
Pros: Work Culture and the people.
Cons: Nothing is bad here.
June 2015
"Good."
Test Engineer:
Pros: The pay and the enviroment is very good.
Cons: Job security is bad, morale is bad.
July 2015
"Great benefits."
Program Manager, IT:
Pros: Great Benefits, Good People, love the job.
Cons: Bad customer, lots of changes, processes.
June 2016
"Not a good place."
Software Engineer:
Pros: Hardly anything to like except the benefit of having a good daycare.
Cons: Bad managers. A lot of politics between different business units. Employees can easily fall through the cracks.
July 2016
"Great Place to Grow Skills."
Senior Technical Support Engineer:
Pros: +Very casual workplace environment, can wear jeans/t-shirt to work everyday. +Awesome co-workers. +Great line managers. +Tons of resources for growing technical skills. +Very flexible with telecommuting and appointments during work hours when needed.
Cons: +A lot turnover in upper management personnel, and as a result a lot of change in mission/focus for the organization. +Very hard to get raises.
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