Cecilia Riva Mosquera -
October 26, 2017
Information Technology company, SAS Institute, encourages people to seek out opportunities to optimize their potential. Its Internal Career Advisors coach employees in identifying their individual strengths and aspirations, and create development plans tailored to their growth goals. To foster an environment of continuous development, SAS has also moved away from traditional performance reviews in favor of ongoing, real-time coaching conversations. Employees at Cisco can find short-term or stretch assignments and opportunities to work on innovative new projects through its Talent Marketplace. This keeps its people nimble and creates a culture where people can seize diverse opportunities and supercharge their advancement.
Employees at Cisco know it’s important to #LoveWhereYouWork
Cecilia Riva Mosquera is the global public relations and communications manager for Great Place to Work.
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