Thomson Reuters' office vibe has been ranked within the Top 10% in Toronto by 298 employees. While 33% consider their office vibe Engaging, 6% consider it Serious. Overall, Thomson Reuters' employees are dissatisfied with their current office vibe.
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91% of Thomson Reuters' employees look forward to interacting with their coworkers on a daily basis, and 36% say they hang out with their coworkers outside of work Once a quarter. The majority of Thomson Reuters employees work on average 8 hours per day in a positive work environment.
47% think there is a great office vibe at Thomson Reuters. Most employees feel Very Secure about their position at Thomson Reuters, and would recommend working there to a friend.
Thomson Reuters is in the Top 50% of Similar Size Companies
Thomson Reuters is in the Top 15% of Similar Size Companies
Thomson Reuters is in the Top 10% of Similar Size Companies
Employees may experience their company differently based on their length of tenure, gender and ethnicity. Thomson Reuters employees were asked questions across many categories like: Gender, Compensation, and Happiness to capture what their overall experience is like.
Majority of Men at Thomson Reuters consider their office vibe Toxic, while women think it is Engaging.
Diverse, inclusive, tries to drive change and not just pay lip service to it.
Help the poor people to provide good heth care and food
the people work for the same goal and we help each other achieve our goals as a team
Coming from a SaaS startup, I am accustomed to working in a more agile and asynchronous environment.
Small teams work extremely well. However management tend to setup team without proper knowledge.
Focused, smart , caring , unafraid to challenge, commiitted and customer centric.