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Cisco 2009 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report

December 7, 2009 - 3 Comments

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has long been a key value for Cisco.  We believe CSR guides our business and drives the sustainability of our business and communities around the world.  Our CSR commitments are focused on strategic programs and partnerships that support Cisco’s corporate values, promote positive social change to underserved communities, and take advantage of the talents and expertise of our employees and business.

With the release of Cisco’s fifth annual CSR report, we are pleased to share information about our CSR initiatives that have a positive and measurable impact in key areas including corporate governance, environmental governance and practices, employee engagements, social investments, and charitable giving programs. This year’s report also includes a new section on Cisco’s customer value chain.

Kathy Mulvany, Cisco’s director of sustainable business practices, discusses new elements of Cisco’s CSR report and the company’s CSR strategy.

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  1. Have no enough cash to buy a car? Worry not, just because this is achievable to get the mortgage loans to work out such problems. Thus get a car loan to buy all you require."

  2. With the growing public awareness and demand for socially responsible businesses, it only makes sense that Cisco would take this into account when planning future business operations.

  3. CSR hasn't always been popular over the years. I am glad you guys are putting thought into not only the bottom line, but the responsibility involved in being a profitable multi-national corporation.