People and Culture

October 31, 2022

PEOPLE AND CULTURE

Cisco in step to support cerebral palsy. Raises $20,000+ through STEPtember

Every 20 hours, an Australian child is diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is the most common lifelong physical disability in the world, affecting 18 million people worldwide. It’s caused by damage to the developing brain during pregnancy, birth, or shortly after birth, and it directly…

October 31, 2022

PEOPLE AND CULTURE

From good to great: Helping talented people shine with the ‘Emerging Talent’ group

‘Emerging Talent’ is a community within Cisco focused on supporting people’s career journeys, with particularly focus on helping them shine and unlock their goals. One of the first questions we get asked when someone joins, or is interested in joining, is: ‘what is the group and where did it ‘emerge’…

October 27, 2022

PRESS KIT

Cisco Study: Kiwi employees say hybrid work makes them happier & more productive, but more needs to be done

Cisco Study: Kiwi employees say hybrid work makes them happier & more productive, but more needs to be done to make it more inclusive and flexible 26 October 2022 | News summary  83.2% of New Zealand employees say the ability to work from anywhere has made them happier  63.2% of employees felt that…

April 28, 2022

PEOPLE AND CULTURE

Careers, connections, and Cisco ANZ VETs network

By Emma Crome, success programs manager, Cisco. Emma is also the new lead of the Cisco VETS employee network for veteran enablement and troop support.  Careers After graduating high school I enlisted into the Royal Australian Navy as a Communications Information Systems (CIS) sailor, initially…

April 27, 2022

CORPORATE NEWS

Cisco welcomes new country manager for New Zealand

Cisco has appointed a new country manager for New Zealand, with Garrett Heraty taking up the position, joining the senior leadership team from the 9 May 2022. Garrett brings experience from the USA, where he was most recently the client executive for Amazon. A global Cisco veteran, Garrett has worked…

March 15, 2022

CORPORATE NEWS

Cisco Australia and New Zealand brings on chief technology officer Carl Solder

Cisco has appointed a new chief technology officer (CTO) in Australia and New Zealand, with Carl Solder taking up the position. Solder will be responsible for elevating Cisco’s technology strategy and highlighting the latest company innovations, with a strong customer focus to understand the needs…

March 8, 2022

PEOPLE AND CULTURE

Career diversity in IT – through MentorMe

One of Cisco’s flagship volunteering programs, MentorMe, matches female university students with a mentor in the technology industry within Cisco for over nine weeks. Meeting weekly, and sometimes more, the students also participate in weekly professional development sessions to hear from experts…

March 8, 2022

PEOPLE AND CULTURE

IWD: a look at leaders

Today marks international women’s day globally. We asked three of our senior leaders about their career histories, the challenges they experience, and what the day means for them. Karen Schuman I started my professional career in healthcare consulting, working with hospitals looking to digitise…

November 30, 2021

PEOPLE AND CULTURE

Leaning on your leaders in tough times

The last couple of years have been tough for many, especially as our personal and professional lives go through a tug of war to find the right balance. Working further apart physically has unexpectedly brought many of us closer through virtual, but more meaningful, connections. From seeing into your…