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..
Comprehensive. They have plenty of health options that will match you/your family's needs. Pretty daunting to a new grad.
Low employee contributions and comprehensive plsn
401K match, good medical benefit
Can accumulate vacation up to 6 or 7 weeks depending on experience. Shut down Christmas to New Year. Work environment is mostly senior engineers. Junior talent is so so as they are more interested in Googles, FB etc. Senior engineering talent has lot of attrition as growth is limited.
Reasonably priced options, on-site health center, extras like assistance with elder care referrals and information, paid "time-to-give" volunteer hours, competitive PTO, well managed 401k plan, employee stock purchase plan, work from home
Cisco has a very good benefits package. The worst thing about it is that now Cisco tries to avoid full-time employment as a plague and hire people as contractors, or "red badges" instead with no benefits at all.
This will not applicable to contractors who are working with 3rd party payroll
Health Insurance, 401k is average in silicon valley's standard.
benefit are in-par with the industry (big companies)
liberal work from home policy
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.