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Cisco Committed to Diversity and Tolerance

- March 30, 2015 - 0 Comments

This weekend our President and Chief Operating Officer, Gary Moore, tweeted to reiterate Cisco’s commitment to a culture of diversity and tolerance in response to Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act. In doing so, we take pride in joining the largest Indiana-based employer, Eli Lilly and Co., which called the law “bad for Indiana and bad for business.”

Cisco is a company of many thousands of employees with different beliefs, different histories and different backgrounds. We come together to make the world a better place. And doing so requires that we work together, across the multitudes of our differences, with basic standards of behavior and engagement.

We favor laws that encourage open and effective collaboration, not those that seek to gain by dividing instead of uniting all people. That’s why we join Apple, Salesforce, Eli Lilly and so many others in urging that the law be amended to make clear that “religious freedom” isn’t presented as a way to discriminate against our fellow citizens.


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