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17 days ago

Scalable Marketing Programs Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. Herndon, VA

•Understand key U.S. Public Sector industry trends, solution needs and opportunities to incorporate customer challenges and drivers into the… Cisco Systems, Inc.

5 days ago

Program Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Francisco, CA +5 locations

a Program Manager for the Americas Technical Services Liaison Program, a… Cisco Systems, Inc.

11 days ago

Software Engineering Program Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

would include leading product teams in the key aspects of Feature SW and platform SW product development starting Pre-Concept Commit through FCS… Cisco Systems, Inc.

6 days ago

Supply Chain Program Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA +3 locations

Supply Chain Program Manager Cisco Supply Chain continuously ranks in the Top supply chains of the world as ranked… Cisco Systems, Inc.

23 days ago

Marketing Program Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

The Business Entity For years, Cisco's vision has been to change the way the world works, lives, plays, and learns. Our vision is more relevant today… Cisco Systems, Inc.

6 days ago

Program Manager Sales

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

As a Program Manager on the InterCloud and virtual Managed Services Program Cisco Systems, Inc.

17 days ago

Program Manager - Solutions

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

The Business Entity The Development organization at Cisco is responsible for delivering over $35B annual revenue with over $5B annual operating… Cisco Systems, Inc.

12 days ago

New Product Program Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. Boxborough, MA +2 locations

• Engages with the CDO product team prior to concept commit to scope project and create robust project plan • Manages the lifecycle of the product… Cisco Systems, Inc.

22 days ago

Program Manager, Technical Services

Cisco Systems, Inc. Rancho Cordova, CA

The core functions of the Cisco WebEx Technical Support Readiness Project manager includes successful execution of projects and development of… Cisco Systems, Inc.

8 days ago

Acquisition Integration Program Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. Raleigh, NC

The Business Entity Client Engagement and Operations Enablement in the Global Business Services organization. This pillar creates sustainable… Cisco Systems, Inc.

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer III in San Jose, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer III in San Jose, CA

    I have been working at Cisco Systems


    Cisco is fairly friendly to working from home (I do so at least once a week; we have quite a few full-time remote workers). While changing any large company is like turning a big ship, Cisco seems more nimble than most (I've worked at one other very large IT company, and Cisco is more nimble than that one, and generally a nicer place to work). Cisco really tries to be a great place to work. It doesn't always succeed at that, but is never worse than decent. Work/life balance is pretty good. I hear horror stories from people about the lack of that; I don't hear those at Cisco.


    Bad coffee, infrequent raises, middle-of-the-road salary and benefits, and we've had a lot of rounds of layoffs in the last 5 years or so.

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    Pay more, obviously :-) I've been with Cisco quite a while, now, and my salary has not kept pace with inflation over that time (I checked). If I were not a good employee, I would be understanding of that, but my performance has never been rated less than Strong, and is often higher. I'd love to know what it feels like to get annual merit raises. I don't, and AFAIK I don't know anyone who does.

    OK, it's true that I (probably) won't quit if you don't; I'm at a point in my career where I would prefer to finish it out at Cisco and retire in 15 years; OTOH, if I changed employers (which wouldn't be hard; I fend off recruiters pretty regularly, and have two good friends at Google), I could retire in 10 based on the salary bump I'd get out of it.

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