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Thomson Reuters Team Employee Reviews

What are some of the best things about your team?

Coming from a SaaS startup, I am accustomed to working in a more agile and asynchronous environment.

Review from Operations Dept · Posted 20 days ago

Can't comment anything now as

Small teams work extremely well. However management tend to setup team without proper knowledge.

Focused, smart , caring , unafraid to challenge, commiitted and customer centric.

Talented Individuals, we value each other , we enjoy work

Legally help and guidance for staing poor people

collaboration, team work, sharing of best practices

My team is smart, engaged, fun and delightful.

Fun engaged bunch focused on growth

We are collaborative, inclusive and have fun!

Review from HR Dept

Shared learnings, trust and commitment.

Some really great and talented people. However, as time goes one they are beaten down mentally and emotionally. Some even say, they are just waiting out their prison sentence.

Truly remarkable and talented people who care about each other and doing a quality job

We have all worked together a long time and work well together.

They take there job serious and make sure success is archived

My team is full of smart, talented and engaging people

trust and transparency are common

teamwork, experience, share knowledge, brain storming, deal clinics

Review from Sales Dept

That the team is highly talented & supportive

Review from Finance Dept

Virtual work, tech tools to support collaboration, incredible knowledge experts

What do your coworkers need to improve and how could you work together better?

Need to show more professionalism

Most co-workers are contractors with little to no experience. I often end up having to do their job and my own just to get things done.

Bring back the US co-workers so that the US workers don't have to deal with idiots from Mexico and Asia.

They need to stop kissing the company's ass when they know the company doesn't care about them.

We have entirely too many meetings. The push to get back in the office is baffling when many people spend the day on the phone and stressed in a cubicle or office instead of at home on the phone.

stop the back stabbing and just do your job - no focus on the customer at all

I´ve been worked since by on-boarding from home, so it´s difficult build relationships.

They need to be more curious, set agendas for meetings, and stay on-topic.

Review from Product Dept

they need to change the company

Review from Engineering Dept

Hire more self-starters so I don't have to constantly micro manage them

Review from Operations Dept

Lack of team environment. Mainly due to weak management. Long tenured employees need to turn over

Review from HR Dept

Review Sentiment at Thomson Reuters


About Thomson Reuters' Team


Where This Score Ranks Thomson Reuters' Team


In the Top 10% of 1239 similar size companies on Comparably


Not enough ratings to compare against companies in Toronto


2nd place versus 5 competitors rated on Comparably

Thomson Reuters' team score is currently ranked in the Top 10% of similar sized companies on Comparably and placed 2nd among its competitors. 91% of Thomson Reuters employees look forward to interacting with coworkers while 70% believe their company meetings are effective. Among the various teams at Thomson Reuters, the HR department ranks the highest in team score.

Rate Team the Highest

  • Department - HR
  • Department - Finance
  • Experience - 1 to 3 Years

Rate Team the Lowest

  • Department - Design
  • Department - Marketing
  • Tenure - 2 to 5 Years

How Thomson Reuters' Team Score is Calculated


Results from 295 Employees in All Departments, All Genders, All Ethnicities and All Yrs. Experience Experience

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