Cisco offers a vast array of benefits, including health insurance, wellness programs, and a flexible work culture. We encourage employees and family members to explore the plans and options offered..
Very talented and nice people, team work, great benefits, great training capabilities, 401k, stock option, RSU, cafetaria, gym and a great campus.
Best: Good additional training options; Market rate salary; Decent Bonus; Free Snacks Worst: Medical Insurance is average; No free Gym; No work life balance; No free food when staying late
Very goof health insurance plans, even better for bay area. Onsite fitness center and daycare facility that are some of the best things. Very few bay area companies have daycare facility.
Work-life balance is important to counteract the high attrition rate. Also, the age clause in Aetna’s medical insurance cover regarding NIPT needs to be looked into by CISCO. Pre-natal genetic testing is crucial and not just for geriatric pregnancies. It is bad enough that inclusivity is not a strong suit here, don’t punish younger women for wanting to experience motherhood without burning a hole through their savings.
So many company perks- great 401k matching, healthcare, dental, PTO
I would like to point out some random policy decisions such as continuing with Aetna for insurance when people have complained regarding their lack of cover for certain problems, such as not providing coverage for younger women for prenatal genetic testing.
20 days time off which is really great! Good 401k match. Medical benefits are not really ideal. Very high copay.
Outstanding benefits for not a lot out of pocket. Free time for volunteering. Flexible work shifts/location depending on role.
The benefits were excellent! They also recognized great work and gave fabulous gifts!
20 days off but some of them are forced days off. Also advertised volunteering time is not allowed on some teams
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