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Working At Thomson Reuters

We believe strength is derived from the talents, ideas, and experiences of our people. We know that an inclusive workplace where all employees are valued and have the opportunity to reach their full potential is also a successful one.

How employees describe working at Thomson Reuters

Extraordinary in work culture and I like my manager motivation

Posted 14 days ago

Commitment to D&I, not only with words, but also with operational actions.

Review from Operations Dept · Posted 20 days ago

Work life balance good people

Opportunities to show off my skills

Only focused in getting numbers daily - no interest in staff development. Local management only uses their own inner circle people to get things done instead of giving others opportunity to develop and grow.

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What it's like to work at Thomson Reuters

  • Thomson Reuters employees generally work 8.6 hrs a day
  • Employees at Thomson Reuters report the work pace is comfortably fast
  • On a typical day, employees at Thomson Reuters have 4+ meetings
  • 91% of Thomson Reuters employees look forward to interacting with their team every day
  • Thomson Reuters employees most often take 15-20 paid vacation and sick days each year
  • 80% of Thomson Reuters employees report they are happy with their work life balance
  • Thomson Reuters employees typically get valuable feedback on how to improve at work Once a month
  • 84% of Thomson Reuters employees call their work environment positive

Q&A With Thomson Reuters Employees

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  • Top Employee Response

    Too short staffed, competing pressures to DO ALL THE THINGS, but resources to do it.

  • Our company is so large that's it's hard to say what I would do for the overall company culture. For my department culture, I would love to see more opportunities created for employees to get together for fun activities, both inside and outside of working hours.

  • Long Term approach to business vs. people trying to hit a number or metric that changes each year.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Send an email to Thomson Reuters Global Recruiting: [email protected]

  • Say thank you to people who interviewed you.

  • Call and email the hiring manager, and push for an interview or handle any objections he/she might have with your experience or application.

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  • Some of the products are best in class, and head and shoulders above the rest of the competition.

  • Nice cafeteria.

  • Working with all parts of operations

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  • Good health plan.

  • The usual, though with less and less company participation in costs (such as medical) over the years. There's a 401(k) match, but the chosen fund investments are anything but impressive.

  • 3 months off for paternity leave - the rest are common in most corporations

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  • Top Employee Response

    Dress for success, always recommend professional business attire for your first interview.

  • Shirt, jeans and sports coat.

  • A smile.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Must submit video responses to interview questions for most positions, in order to even get an in-person visit.

  • Depends on teams.

  • A few rounds of interviews, and I was contacted by a recruiter.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Offshore development teams of contractors (Bellarus in particular) seem to be growing. Unable to find talent in the US markets willing to work for the rates they offer.

  • A look at the stock shows that TR isn't a stellar performer, and never has been. Reorganizations are as regular as lunch. Another occurred this week, with the sacking of the head of Legal. I did the same work over a multi-year period, and my job title and department location changed a dozen times, at least. There's not a good feeling that management knows what it's doing.

  • Direct Tax / Government

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  • Top Employee Response

    Check out #workingatTR: https://tagboard.com/workingatTR/355774

  • Dead.

  • Morale is low. The amount of work accomplished is astonishing, given how little most employees want to be there. That should be a credit to them, but it is not recognized by the company.

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Asked to all employees at Thomson Reuters

  • Background check, yes. No drug test that I'm aware of.

  • Background check

  • You would think, based upon their business decisions that they are high all the time, but alas, they drug test.

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  • Depends on role and team.

  • Been too long since I went through the process.

  • Basic technical questions. Examples of past work you have completed.

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Asked to all employees at Thomson Reuters

  • Top Employee Response

    Yes but probably not enough

  • The competition is absolutely fierce.

  • No

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  • 3 weeks vacation, 6 sick days, 2 volunteer days, 3-4 floating holidays (depending on year), and all major holidays. Increases to 4 weeks vacation at 5 years.

  • 3 weeks. Add another week after 5 years.

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Asked to all employees at Thomson Reuters

  • Depends on teams. For development teams it's business casual.

  • T-shirt and shorts. Flip flops.

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  • Around the clock, you get emails and calls on weekends from customers.

  • faster than it needs to be due to the lack of good process planning and poor communication

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  • Fun to have the best product available.

  • interacting with many areas of the business unit

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  • In sales, the amount of Admin. work never ends anymore. They've cut a lot of support jobs, but the technology isn't working well and the management team is not focused on addressing problems.

  • not so much by the quality of the work but the quantity

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  • Proud to work at TR, but I feel undervalued this year.

  • overworked, underpaid and under promoted

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  • It really depends, so much of the success can be circumstantial.

  • Self promoting, well connected

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  • Not secure at all, which is unfortunate.

  • Somewhat secure because of the cost of replacement but that can change as management changes.

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  • Awful. There is so much chaos around the reorganization that it’s hard to get anything done.

  • Low in some areas that are underappreciated or not geographically favored. Probably much higher in sales where treatment is more respectful and performance ins incentivized

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Asked to all employees at Thomson Reuters

  • Top Employee Response

    Moving all their jobs to India, Switzerland, and Canada.

  • Company culture is very corporate and hierarchical, with little openness to change or innovation.

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  • Top Employee Response

    The company survives because our customers rely on our content, but nothing changes positively - customers do not love us, they just need us

  • would like to work from home more. My commute isn't great. Plus I'm asked to travel a lot.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Leadership should work to listen to those below them for their thoughts on some matters

  • Seem to care about equality, women's role in technology, etc.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Leadership is too heavily influenced by internal politics and not enough by customer demands. Decisions are made without transparency.

  • Everything. They have no real strategy for growth.

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  • Average

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52% of Thomson Reuters employees would encourage their friends to become coworkers, whereas 20% are neutral and 28% would not recommend working at Thomson Reuters to their friends.

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