People & Culture
Inclusion is a right – How Cisco is supporting careers with digital
The Digital Experience team in EMEAR is enabling inclusion and shaping careers through a virtual mentorship program with SOS Children’s Villages in Morocco.
Pride month: Underlining the importance of Cisco’s EMEAR LGBTQ+ networks
Craig Buckland outlines the important role the Pride Employee Resource Organisation (ERO) plays within Cisco, and encourages other companies to partner.
Sound ethics, close teams, and great opportunities make Cisco Poland ‘legendary’ to work for
Poland has taken home its third Great Place To Work win in a row (and it's fifth overall). So what is Cisco doing right, and what can other businesses learn from this?
Q&A with Stefania Capelli, HR Leader, Italy: What makes a company ‘great’ to work for?
Cisco Italy has been voted #1 'Great Place to Work' in Italy for an astonishing fifth time in a row. The EMEAR team asked Stefania Capelli, Cisco Italy's HR Leader, what lessons other businesses can draw from the factors behind the win, and how they can go about improving their workplace cultures.
Cisco Italy: Showing #TorinoCityLove by helping government and seniors connect
To support the Municipality of Turin during these unprecedented times Cisco has donated a number of free WebEx accounts and physical Telepresence systems to allow municipal authorities to communicate with the media. It has also donated a number of DX80 Teleconferencing systems to a nursing home allowing elderly guests to continue to meet their relatives virtually.
Cisco Reinforces Commitment to Africa: Training 1 Million New Members of Africa’s Digital Workforce and Expanding …
At the Cisco Connect conference, Cisco outlined its commitment to support the digitization of Africa’s communities, businesses, and governments through several initiatives for skills and talent development, innovation and job creation.
Let’s celebrate 30 years of possible
On this day, 30 years ago, the World Wide Web was born. A seemingly complex invention that would go on to open the Internet up to billions of people, creating opportunity in ways we could never imagine.
Looking back at Cisco’s 2018 CSR Report – the EMEAR picture
One of the first things ‘new hires’ often notice at Cisco is how seriously we take our wider responsibilities on the world stage. In fact, it’s something we’re very proud of. As our Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Tae Yoo, pointed out in a blog in December, corporate social responsibility is deeply integrated and core to our purpose, our culture and how we invest our resources.
Uwe Peter appointed as new General Manager of Cisco Germany
Corporate press release