I don't think so.
you get 0 days vacation at start.
Answered - Technical Lead/Developer (Current Employee) - San Jose, CA
At cisco, I received 30 days+
Answered - Director, Worldwide Security Sales Enablement (Former Employee) - Michigan
2 weeks is normal for new hires.
Answered - Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) - Richardson, TX
Cisco vacation accrual policies are very competitive and would likely rate highly among their competitors.
Answered - Solutions Program Manager (Former Employee) - Lawrenceville, GA
You do not get vacation as a contractor
Answered - Senior Developer (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA
Cisco pays earned vacation when a person leaves the company.
I got 4 weeks vacation on hiring.
Answered - Program Manager (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
14 days PTO
Answered - Sr. Release Program Manager, WebEx CEO SAAS (Current Employee) - San Jose, CA
3 weeks, considering experience and level 3 weeks should be the standard.
Answered - RA Business Development Manager IoT & IoE (Former Employee) - Miami, FL
Probably not but try negotiating it up front.
Answered - Program Manager (Former Employee) - Miami, FL
No transfer of vacation from another company. 4 weeks
Answered - Sales Engineer (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA