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2 days ago

Client Services Manager – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. Beijing

Cisco Data Virtualization software (formerly Composite Software) augments traditional data integration by combining traditional and new data sources… Cisco Systems, Inc.

4 days ago

Finance Business Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. Beijing

About this role Cisco seeks a finance manager to partner with sales leaders in a particular business organization. In this role, you will be advising… Cisco Systems, Inc.

9 hrs ago

System Engineer – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. Beijing

/Duties: At the forefront of system support, provide technical support service and maintain NDS and other head end broadcast systems and products to… Cisco Systems, Inc.

20 days ago

Commercial Sales Director

Cisco Systems, Inc. Beijing

The Operations Director/GM, East Commercial, will drive increased sales bookings, field productivity, customer satisfaction, and relevance for… Cisco Systems, Inc.

4 days ago

SP Managing Director

Cisco Systems, Inc. Beijing

The Sales Managing Director for Service Provider will drive increased sales bookings, Customized & Innovative Business Solutions Provider… Cisco Systems, Inc.

7 days ago

Techincal Leader –Data Access

Cisco Systems, Inc. Beijing

• Technical mentoring, sprint planning, and code reviews for a team of 6 developers in Beijing. • Collaboration with peer team leads/architects, SQA… Cisco Systems, Inc.

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    Ever optimistic, but still not around the corner

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    Current Employee - Human Resources Business Partner  in  San Jose, CA
    Current Employee - Human Resources Business Partner in San Jose, CA

    I have been working at Cisco Systems full-time for more than 3 years


    Flexibility in how, when, and where you work is phenomenal for a company of this size. It's a two-edged sword, but having the option to take a WebEx from home, Starbucks, airports, the beach, or in the office ... permits a level of versatility -- and fully acceptable by colleagues and management -- that would be hard to repeat elsewhere. It's part of the culture. The flipside is that work more easily creeps into your personal space and follows you on vacation if you're not careful. Another consequence is that Cisco offices can feel like ghost towns.

    Cisco has an immensely successful and rich portfolio and is well-positioned for the future. But ... for the past few years, it has felt like Cisco is constantly trying to turn a corner ... and never quite making it.


    The biggest con nowadays is that Cisco is trying vigorously to grow income faster than revenue. This translates to what seems like a never ending round of budget cuts and divestment. Workforce reductions are becoming more common than pay raises and the value proposition to working here is becoming harder to defend.

    Cisco has a severely bloated middle level of professionals. Upward mobility is limited and the path can be vague.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The promise of a better future is beginning to sound hollow. A major shake-up C-Suite leadership is in order. You've gotten us this far, but we need a little less loyalty among the senior ranks and a little more fresh thinking.

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