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Manager Software Engineering – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

Manager, Software Engineering The Cisco Technology & Quality organization has one of its priorities focused on… Cisco Systems, Inc.


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Software Engineer - Data Center

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

Software Engineer - Data Center San Jose, CA The Business Entity CSG (Common Software Group) develops, tests, and… Cisco Systems, Inc.


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Software Engineer - Wireless Escalation

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

In this highly visible role as a Software Engineer for the Wireless Entity Customer Escalation Team ● Provide… Cisco Systems, Inc.


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Software Engineer IV

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

The Business Entity Insieme is developing the Nexus 9000 line of data center and cloud switches that feature application awareness to make the… Cisco Systems, Inc.


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    6.5 year Consultant for Cisco (Project Manager OPS & Marketing)

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    Former Employee - Project Manager
    Former Employee - Project Manager

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    Pros

    Work-life balance here is amazing. The opportunity to shift in projects or roles is always okay to discuss in open. I feel that Cisco the company as an entire unit has treated me well financially over the years. I've been able to make a good living and pay the bills with savings.

    Cons

    Consultants are renewed every QTR, they can rid you at any time and then your left jobless and shocked. Depending on the manager and team you're interviewing for, some will allow you to work from home all the time, even a few days a week OR some will want you in the office everyday for standard business hours. Some managers have even told me red badges had to come in everyday but the blue badges couldnt. I very often felt and heard the division of consultants (red badges) and full time employees (blue badges). I've been a long time consultant 6.5 years. There would be times when I was in meetings they would excuse red badges out of the room (how awkward to get up and walk out or hang up). Team lunches, email mailers, all hands meetings ect. all red badges were left out. I've even been invited to some and then told I couldn't come in and attend the all hands at the door. Sometimes I felt like I was peeling potatoes with the poor people on the titanic, very 3rd class.

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    Provide more opportunity for "red badges"/consultants to convert over to a full time employee status. I dedicated 6.5 years of my professional career to Cisco. Now its time to say thank you and good bye, I need benefits, paid vacation and most of all I need to feel that I belong and I'm treated the same as everyone else.

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