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Corporate Social Responsibility at Cisco
- Average rating for Corporate Social Responsibility, based on 26 reviews9.3 / 10
What projects/initiatives does your employer run and what have you worked on personally?
Women in Engineering initiatives; in Australia, only 15% of Engineering graduates are female. My organization runs regular programs to provide support and encouragement for women working in a primarily male field.
Cisco runs many event annually for CSR and encourages employees to spend a day a quarter (fully paid) to join one of our initiatives like helping out with Special Olympics whether helping as a volunteer or having a charity dinner to donate money to the cause.
I've worked on the delivery of an awareness project to promote Disability in the workplace. There's plenty of opportunities to volunteer your time for disadvantaged groups.
Graduate, St. Leonards
STEM program. helping university students get ahead in IT. woman in IT. helping woman feel comfortable in IT
We have Giving Back Day, many charity events and the ability to continually donate to various charities that Cisco then match.
Entry level, Sydney
Initiatives across the US and Australia help companies, organisations and social groups grow through my Companies philanthropy. Including work with the underprivileged.
There are quarterly give back programs and initiatives. Most employee�s contributions are matched 1:1 by corporate.