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Working Hours at Cisco
- Average rating for Working Hours, based on 26 reviews8.7 / 10
How flexible is your company when it comes to hours?
9am-6pm Mon to Fri. Options to work from home. Typically, 4 days of work and 1 day spent on personal development/training.
Depending on your role Cisco is extremely flexible with work hours if you have to be at an appointment or work from home. As long as you get your job done, add value and meet deadlines your place of work is the place that makes you the most productive
Very flexible. I travel about 1.5 hours one-way to get to work. But I can choose what time I arrive in the office and what time I leave to accommodate for the amount of meetings I have in a day etc.
Graduate, St. Leonards
company is flexible but i need to work over time to get all jobs done
Entry level, North Sydney
Super flexible, ability to work from home, leave early, attend appointments etc.
Entry level, Sydney
Work hours are very flexible - as long as you get the job done (or overachieve) you're work hours are not questioned.
sometimes I have to spend more hours. But at the other side, Cisco always support you if you want work from home some days. So very satisfied with this.
If not in the office, you will be studying or working at home :) Question below not including studying during the rest :)
It is pretty much flexible in terms of ability to work from home. Although once you are stuck in the case, you can be in office over shift time easily.