Why this #WorkingMother Never Plans on Leaving Cisco
Carlene shares how Cisco and her leadership empowered her to do what she loves, while dedicating time to a new love in her life - her baby daughter.
An Infertility Journey: How Cisco had My Back
When Joana and her husband (also a Cisco employee) found out that they were experiencing 'unexplainable infertility' she turned to the Cisco resources, benefits, and network to help them through this journey.
From Civil Litigator to Cisco: How Cisco Benefits Have Changed My Life
Danielle shares how going from Civil Litigator to Cisco has changed her life, and her family's life for the better, especially for her daughter who is on the autism spectrum.
From Nine Months Pregnant to My First Ciscoversary
Alena had her last interview with Cisco on her due date, and not only did her recruiter congratulate her when she shared her news - but Cisco "hired me anyway". She now shares her journey of her first year at Cisco as a new mom.
Security Talk: A Bedtime Story for my Son
Christopher L. shares how he landed his dream job at Cisco Security, and how he now shares his passion with his 3-year-old son.
Cisco Wins: Turning Career Skills into Parenting Skills
Have you ever taken a concept learned at work and created change within your family? Employee Anne R. has! She shares her story here.
A Baby Goes to Cisco Live Melbourne: How Cisco Lives its Dedication to Flexibility
Elke brought her 8 month old daughter to Cisco Live Melbourne - she shares her experience here and how it showcased that Cisco lives its dedication to flexibility and work/life balance.
Leaving ‘Perfect’ Behind: Cisco Supports Me as a Working Mom
When Janene B. found out she was expecting her second child just three months after returning from maternity leave... her Cisco team encouraged her to continue her career growth!
How Cisco Enables Me to Be a Mom and Get Stuff Done
The Polar Vortex might've put a hitch in Meg's daily plan - but it's no match for how Cisco empowers her to get things done AND be there for her children.