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Great place to work.
Software Engineer in Spring:
Pros: Flexibility, tuition reimbursement
Cons: The software we work on is not innovative or fun. Telecommunications is a necessary field but not exciting
Fast Paced. Bleeding Edge Tech Innovation. Collaborative.
Systems Engineering Manager in Omaha:
Pros: The ability to work with world class individuals in a fast paced, high tech environment. Together we rally in support of our customer's business and technical challenges to deliver outcomes like no one else on the planet.
Cons: Roller coaster days of high stress followed by peace and focus. Never a dull moment here! ;-)
Big corporation that operates as a small business.
Category Manager in Morrisville:
Pros: They are proactive and efficient about paying employees that work hard.
Cons: The leadership is terrible and no one wants to work, its awful for someone who is passionate/cares about their job
Junior Graphic Designer in Washington:
Pros: Th flexibility and work life balance.
Cons: I feel like teams and groups are often separated and secluded.
Great place to work in terms of infra and facilities.
Technical Writer in Bengaluru:
Pros: writing about products
Cons: work ethics of direct manager
Technical Architect in Raleigh-Durham:
Company culture and values are excellent. Great competitive compensation and benefits. My immediate management and colleagues were always great. Generally speaking I think culture and management in RTP campus is better, less cut throat than in San Jose. For example Insieme business unit in San Jose seems to have a really bad and aggressive work culture and management. I enjoyed my 19 years and would certainly recommend Cisco as a great workplace. Do note though that they do very frequent layoffs.
Rewarding with a great company culture and flexibility.
Information Security Manager in San Jose:
Pros: Flexibility in work location
Cons: Politics and the continuous cycle of hiring and layoffs
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