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Corporate Social Responsibility

This week, SmartRecruiters recognized Cisco as having one of the top 10 corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs in the United States.

In her assessment of Cisco’s CSR programs, SmartRecruiters blogger Lexie Forman-Ortiz acknowledged one of its key components: our employees.

Global hunger relief at CiscoA Cisco employee plants vegetables that will ultimately help feed people across northwest Massachusetts

Through volunteerism and donations, employees help Cisco multiply its impact on people and society. Recognizing the impact more than 60,000 compassionate and committed people can have on the world, Cisco encourages employees to donate their time, talent, and treasure to support the communities in which they live.

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Not only does facilitating such a high level of employee engagement help the communities where Cisco operates, it makes employees happier.

According to the United Healthcare/Volunteer Match Do Good Live Well Study, employees who volunteer through their jobs report better relationships with colleagues, a more positive view of their employers, and higher ratings on indicators of well being than non-volunteers.

Read more about Cisco’s corporate social responsibility programs and employee engagement in the 2012 CSR Report.

And please tell us how your company helps employees multiply their impact on people and communities by leaving a comment below.

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