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Office & Workplace at Cisco
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 26 reviews7.9 / 10
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
Company has many offices across the globe. Dress code depends on the country. Male dress code in Australia is quite flexible. Business shirt/polo shirt, enclosed shoes, pants.
This answer will change next year - Cisco is moving into a new building in North Sydney around mid-late next year which will promote activity based working and showcase all of our technology. At the moment (outside of our demo center) the office is a little bare due to our pending move. The dress code at Cisco is a range of professional business attire to business casual depending on your schedule and who you'll meet. We also have casual Friday's.
Very fun! A lot of room and we have plenty of fun and games incl. PS3s, table tennis, Daytona racing etc.
Graduate, St. Leonards
They are very clean, the location is great, could be more colorful - fortunately we are moving in about a year.
Entry level, Sydney
Head office in North Sydney is about to move locations and receive a revamped employee working environment - will be a big improvement to current facilities! Customer briefing and demo rooms are incredible with state of the art technology showcasing what is possible!
The office is a bit small for the current number of employees. I think the dress code is smart casual but if we are on client site we should dress formal.