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Cisco Releases 2010 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

- November 15, 2010 - 2 Comments

Today, we released our sixth annual corporate social responsibility (CSR) report.  We are pleased to provide information about the progress we have made, and the work we still have in front of us, in the areas of employee engagement, the environment, corporate governance and ethics, social investments and value chain.

Cisco’s approach to CSR is like other areas of the business where we consider the long term impact that we can have versus taking a purely transactional view.  We encourage you to read more about Cisco’s CSR efforts and tell us what you think.

Watch the video with Tae Yoo, senior vice president of corporate affairs, and John Chambers, Cisco chairman and CEO, discussing why CSR is good for business and society.


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  1. Good to see some of the bigger companies taking on Social Corporate responsibility ti this level, the report makes for good reading, let's hope others follow Cisco's lead here. Well done guys, will be reposting this to our CorpRes blog. John Aitken

  2. Feel Happy to find that Cisco's approach to CSR is like other business areas where we consider the long-term impact may instead take a purely transactional.