Our employees work hard to innovate and deliver the best outcomes, connecting the unconnected to make amazing things happen while contributing to our shared success every day. That's why we aim to offer our employees the best Rewards Offering. Reward is one of the ways we recognise the role our employees play in our shared success.
Our Reward includes actual remuneration. Every year we consult market data from 56 comparable companies to define competitive pay. We want to land in the top quartile of those competitors for base pay and bonus.
It also includes everything of value that we offer our employees in exchange for the amazing contribution they make. We invest in a vast array of employee and family assistance programmes, providing innovative and valued benefits, and we give our employees the power to manage the benefits we offer.
Current and former employees report that Cisco Systems provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘Work from home option is always open at Cisco. Now Cisco has moved to Hybrid Work Model where an employee can work from anywhere. #WFA’
‘it exissts for tyhis comapny ’
‘This is very handy when you have to run errands as you can make up for lost time in the evening’
Very good benefits package offering. Employer match with a very generous pension contribution.
Cisco offers the best Benedict’s. Free health care, company shares, additional PTO to purchase.
company really looks after you with a focus on mental health "a day for me"
Flexible working, car allowance and fuel card.
Best: social support, emergency time off Worst: far away from the market in terms of bonus and monthly compensation
Best thing: The benefit package is better than most companies. You can tailor it to your needs. Worst thing: None
-Great benefits package -Time2Give to support your chosen charities
Multiple Benefits for employees including health, car, sharesetc.
+ remote working arrangement - lots of politics and pleasing upwards and across
good benefits as of now