- Cisco Systems, Inc.09.Mar 2018
Suggestions for improvement
- I wish we can be more innovative with our in-house talent instead of contracting external consultants for on going projects.
People are great and I've learned a lot of new skills.
I disapprove of outsourcing jobs to other countries while they are laying off their own employees. I understand budhet costs, but often times the results end in less than quality work. But as the saying goes, you get whay you pay for. It's hard to train/communicate peoole when there is a language barrier.
Compare to all the jobs, tech workers are well off. So all and all is you work for my company, you will be a part of middle class or even upper middle class people
This company has no value for contract employees. There is little to no desire to hire a contractor full time. They will run you to the ground to get all they can out of you.
very little development for contractors
Not getting paid for the work I am doing. Was told this would be a Data Analytics position but we are asked to run projects and create processes.
All management cares about it output and value add.
Because of constant restructuring, individuals do not knowledge share.
They tend to promote ONLY if you are full time, not contract or temp. Fourty percent of work force is Contract and they keep it that way.
Nice physical working environment, but scoring low because it it VERY tense with constant restructuring.