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..
401k match up to 3%, good health coverage PPO through Cigna, 4 weeks paid-time-off. Good company culture with nice flexibility to work from home some days (depending on role) leveraging Cisco communications WebEx/TelePresence/etc.
4 weeks of vacation, including one additional week to volunteer.
Cisco 401k match, health incentives (I get $5 a day for exercising...what?!), and Cisco explains their benefits very well. Cisco's bereavement leave was a wonderful surprise to me during a tough time. The main area Cisco needs to improve on is their perks. They are making changes, but they happen very slowly.
Across the board, Cisco's benefits package is exceptional.
Volunteering time off is new for Cisco with 40 hours that can be used.
Also provides paid time off for philanthropic pursuits, and your birthday off.
Get ~ 4 weeks off per year for recent grad. This does not include birthday off, holidays or Time2Give (which you can use to volunteer in community service or your kids' field trips)
Good benefits. On the top end of companies with good benefits. The addition of Maternity/Paternity leave has been an added plus in the line of benefits.
Very good options for health insurance. Premiums are pricey.
Best was vta passes and food coupons, worst was childcare. They have cclc daycare but it costs equally as other costly daycares. No discount for employees.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.