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Thomson Reuters Company Culture

Culture Score

This score is derived from employee ratings & reviews
Choice Employer
A
4.5/5

Top Rated Culture Dimensions

CEO Score

Top 15%Top 15% of Similar Size Companies
Steve Hasker Thomson Reuters' CEO
Steve Hasker
76 /100

Thomson Reuters Mission, Vision & Values

Are your company's goals clear, and are you invested in them?

Mission Statement

We provide professionals with the intelligence, technology and human expertise they need to find trusted answers.

Values

Trust. We act with integrity and independence by holding ourselves and each other accountable, ethical, and reliable in all that we do.

Thomson Reuters Culture At a Glance

456 employees at Thomson Reuters have reviewed Thomson Reuters across various culture dimensions, providing their opinions on items ranging from executive ratings to the pace at work. The latest review was today.

Overall, the 456 Thomson Reuters employees give their leadership a grade of B+, or Top 20% of similar size companies. This includes specific ratings of their executive team, CEO, and manager.

Employees at Thomson Reuters are pleased with their total compensation at Thomson Reuters, which includes a combination of pay, stock and equity, and benefits.

Overall, employees at Thomson Reuters are pleased with their team. 456 Participants grade the quality of their coworkers an A. The majority believe the meetings at Thomson Reuters are effective, and the majority look forward to interacting with their coworkers.

The majority of employees at Thomson Reuters believe the environment at Thomson Reuters is positive. Most Participants believe the pace of work at Thomson Reuters is comfortably fast. About 71% of the employees at Thomson Reuters work 8 hours or less, while 2% of them have an extremely long day - longer than twelve hours.

Overall, the employees at Thomson Reuters are happy, based on their aggregated ratings of future outlook, customer perception, and their excitement going to work.

Company Information

Address
Toronto M5H 2R2
Canada
Website
thomsonreuters.com
Founded
2008
Social sites

Company Description

Thomson Reuters is a leading provider of business information services. Their products include highly specialized information-enabled software and tools for legal, tax, accounting, and compliance professionals combined with the world's most global news service.

Key Executives

Name & Title
Bio
Steve Hasker  CEO / President
Steve Hasker
CEO / President
Steve assumed his role of President and Chief Executive Officer and a director of Thomson Reuters effective March 15, 2020. Previously, Steve served as Senior Adviser to TPG Capital, a private equity firm, Chief Executive Officer of CAA Global, a TPG Capital portfolio company, and global president and chief operating officer of Nielsen, an information, data and measurement firm. Steve spent more than a decade with McKinsey as a partner in the global media, information and technology practice. Before joining McKinsey, Steve spent five years in several financial roles in the United States, Russia and Australia. Steve started his career with PwC, where he qualified as a chartered accountant. He then received an MBA and master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University. He grew up in Australia and during his career he has lived and worked across North America, Europe and Asia. Steve is also a non-executive director of Global Eagle Entertainment Inc. and Appen Limited and a member of the Australia and New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Michael Eastwood  Chief Financial Officer
Michael Eastwood
Chief Financial Officer
Michael Eastwood is Chief Financial Officer for Thomson Reuters, based in Toronto. Michael joined Thomson in 1998 and has had several senior finance roles, including Senior Vice President and Head of Corporate Finance since January 2016. Prior to that, he was Chief Operations Officer for Thomson Reuters Latin America from April 2014 to December 2015. Michael was also previously Chief Financial Officer of the company’s Intellectual Property & Science business, which was sold in 2016. Prior to joining Thomson, he held various finance and accounting roles at Fleer/SkyBox International and PwC. Michael received a BSA in Accounting from East Carolina University and an MBA from the University of North Carolina.
Thomas Kim  Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary
Thomas Kim
Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary
Tom joined the company in 1999 as compliance and legal counsel. Since then, he has held a number of legal executive roles including as a business unit general counsel and as the company’s Chief Compliance Officer. Prior to assuming his current role as Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary, Tom led the overall separation of the $6 billion financial and risk data business (now known as Refinitiv) from Thomson Reuters. Prior to that, Tom was the Managing Director of Thomson Reuters businesses in China. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Tom was in private practice in San Francisco with the law firms Baker & McKenzie and Hancock, Rothert & Bunshoft (now Duane Morris). Throughout his career, Tom has led diversity initiatives, having helped launch a reverse mentoring program and a global diversity advisory council at Thomson Reuters and the ASCEND Executive Network in New York to aid Asian Pacific Americans rise to the C-suite. Previously, Tom was named one of the “Best Lawyers und
Brian Peccarelli  Chief Operating Officer, Customer Markets
Brian Peccarelli
Chief Operating Officer, Customer Markets
Brian is the co-chief operating officer for Thomson Reuters, responsible for all customer-facing operations including driving sales, business segment organization and allocation of resources. Brian joined the company in 1984 as a product accountant and has held several roles since. Most recently, he led Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting, the company’s fastest growing business. He has also served as Director of client development, VP of the corporate services market, and President of Workflow & Service Solutions within the Tax & Accounting business. He is a CPA and an attorney, and is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the American Bar Association, the Texas Society of CPAs, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). He received a JD from Hamline University School of Law, a BA in accounting and business administration from Carthage College and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Mary Alice Vuicic  Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer
Mary Alice Vuicic
Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer
Mary Alice joined Thomson Reuters in November 2017 and leads both the Human Resources and Communications functions. She has over 20 years of experience working in senior human resources positions at leading international organizations. Previously, she served as the Chief Human Resources Officer for L Brands, a portfolio of retail brands with nearly 90,000 associates. She has also held senior roles at Loblaw Companies Ltd., Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart Canada, and Chapters/Indigo. Mary Alice is a Director on the board of the Business Development Bank of Canada where she chairs the Human Resources committee. She has a BA degree from the University of Windsor and an Advanced Human Resources certificate from the University of Toronto, and has completed Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.
David Wong  Chief Product Officer
David Wong
Chief Product Officer
David leads the product management, editorial, content and digital teams at Thomson Reuters. In this role, he oversees product strategy and delivery for the company’s Legal, Tax & Accounting, Corporate and Government customers. David has nearly 10 years of experience building business-to-business software and information services. Previously, he served as a senior product leader at Facebook, where he was responsible for building products for marketers to measure the effectiveness of their investments in Facebook’s ads and business products. He has also held senior roles at Nielsen, as SVP of Product Leadership, leading their digital measurement business, and worked at McKinsey & Company as a management consultant. He holds a degree in Engineering Science from the University of Toronto, where he specialized in applied physics and electrical engineering. David will be based at our corporate headquarters in Toronto. He and his husband currently live in San Francisco.
Stewart Beaumont  Vice Chairman and President, Enterprise Centre
Stewart Beaumont
Vice Chairman and President, Enterprise Centre
Stewart Beaumont serves as Vice Chairman and President, Enterprise Centre, a role he’s held since March 2021. In this role he oversees Corporate Strategy and Commercial Excellence. Previously, Stewart served as the company’s Chief Technology Officer since July 2015. Prior to that, he was Chief Technology Officer for the former Financial & Risk business and held several other senior roles. Stewart joined the company in 1999 and prior to joining Reuters, he held several technology positions at Parity Consulting and Santander UK. Stewart is based in Zug, Switzerland
Shawn Malhotra  Head of Engineering
Shawn Malhotra
Head of Engineering
Shawn joined Thomson Reuters in 2017 and became the company’s Head of Engineering in 2020. In this role, he leads Thomson Reuters global Product Engineering teams, delivering solutions in the Legal Professionals, Tax Professionals, and Corporates Customer segments. Previously, Shawn spent 12 years at Intel (formerly Altera), where he most recently served as a Director of Software Development within the Programmable Solutions Group and Site Director for the Toronto Technology Centre, which was home to 200 software engineers. During this time, Shawn oversaw the site through Intel’s $17 billion acquisition of Altera. Shawn holds a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo, a Master of Engineering degree from the University of Toronto, and four issued patents.
Kirsty Roth  Chief Operations and Technology Officer
Kirsty Roth
Chief Operations and Technology Officer
As Chief Operations and Technology Officer, Kirsty oversees Thomson Reuters drive for a superior customer and employee experience, leveraging the company’s operations, technology, procurement and real estate teams. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Kirsty was Global Head of Operations at HSBC, where she led a transformation of the bank's technology, processes and innovation capability, including developing industry-first machine learning solutions for payment screening and scaling robotics to speed up customer processes and improve sustainability. She has also held roles at Credit Suisse, driving change across Finance, Technology and Operations, and at Deloitte as a consulting partner. A strong advocate for diversity, Kirsty was named among the Financial Times top 50 HERoes for Women in 2017 and Financial News 100 most influential women in Finance in 2019.
Paul Fischer  Interim President, Legal Professionals
Paul Fischer
Interim President, Legal Professionals
Paul was named Interim President of Thomson Reuters Legal Professionals business in June 2020, having served as the segment’s Chief Financial Officer for nine years. He has extensive operational experience across many parts of the business, including support for Commercial Excellence, Product Management and Customer Experience. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters in 1996, Paul held a number of progressively responsible positions at American Bank and began his career in public accounting at Arthur Andersen & Co. Paul serves on the board of directors for Wilderness Inquiry, an organization that connects people from all walks of life to the natural world through shared outdoor adventures. He holds a BS degree in Accounting from the University of South Dakota and is a CPA (inactive).

HR Leaders

Name & Title
Bio
Pragashini Fox  Senior Vice President, Talent Management
Pragashini Fox
Senior Vice President, Talent Management
Pragashini Fox serves as the Senior Vice President, Talent Management of .
Jesper Bendtsen  Global Head of Talent Acquisition
Jesper Bendtsen
Global Head of Talent Acquisition
Jesper Bendtsen serves as the Global Head of Talent Acquisition of .

Thomson Reuters Employee Reviews

Positive Reviews
89%
89%
11%
Constructive Feedback
11%

Positive Reviews from Employees

What is the best part about your compensation package?

Based on my working skills i get paid and I thank for that

What do you like best about the leadership team?

No words to explain about this because every one are so friendly and jovial

What did you like most about the interview process?

Automated calendar appointments and email updates; scheduling was incredibly easy; information and knowledge sharing was excellent. I felt very prepared and expectations for each step were very clear.

Constructive Feedback from Employees

What needs to change to make the company culture better?

Zest is missing and the feeling of doing something worthwhile rather than rote activity

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

Need to show more professionalism

What's going wrong and how can it be improved?

No accountability. No customer care / focused. Even when customer escalate, no one to deal with properly. Often over charge customer by padding hours.

A Day in the Life
A Day in the Life
Thomson Reuters employees generally work 8.6 hrs a day
Work Hours
A Day in the Life
Employees at Thomson Reuters report the work pace is comfortably fast
Work Pace
A Day in the Life
On a typical day, employees at Thomson Reuters have 4+ meetings
Meetings
A Day in the Life
91% of Thomson Reuters employees look forward to interacting with their team every day
Coworkers
A Day in the Life
Thomson Reuters employees most often take 15-20 paid vacation and sick days each year
Perks & Benefits
A Day in the Life
80% of Thomson Reuters employees report they are happy with their work life balance
Work Life Balance
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Thomson Reuters employees typically get valuable feedback on how to improve at work Every Week
Feedback
A Day in the Life
84% of Thomson Reuters employees call their work environment positive
Environment

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Leadership Score

In the Top 20% of similar sized companies

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75
out of 100
Executive rating?
76
out of 100
CEO rating?
80
out of 100
Manager rating?
Top
10%

Compensation Score

In the Top 10% of similar sized companies

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Paid fairly?
Satisfied with benefits?
Top
10%

Team Score

In the Top 10% of similar sized companies

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Coworker interaction?
83
out of 100
Quality of coworkers?
Top
15%

Environment Score

In the Top 15% of similar sized companies

Trending upThis category score has been trending up % since last month
7 or less
10%
8
61%
10
25%
12
2%
More than 12
2%
Work hours per day?
Extremely fast
19%
Comfortably fast
45%
Moderate
26%
A bit slow
7%
Bureaucratic
3%
Pace at work?
Positive
84%
Negative
16%
Positive work environment?
Top
20%

Outlook Score

In the Top 20% of similar sized companies

Trending upThis category score has been trending up % since last month
81
out of 100
Future outlook?
Fantastic
28%
Good
52%
Neutral
16%
Bad
3%
Terrible
1%
Customer perception?
Excited going to work?

Thomson Reuters H1B Visa

In 2019, Thomson Reuters applied for 157 H1B visas. Of the work permits applied for, 100% were approved.

Work Permit Application Outcome

Thomson Reuters has a total of 24000 employees

157
Total Applied
  • 100% Granted (157 out of 157)
  • 0% Denied ( out of 157)
  • 0% Withdrawn Application was withdrawn by the employer before approval/rejection ( out of 157)
  • 0% Certified-Withdrawn Application was approved but later withdrawn by employer ( out of 157)

This data was calculated using publicly sourced data from OFLC Performance Data

Gender Score How positively women rate their overall experience at Thomson Reuters

top 5% Gender

Thomson Reuters currently ranks in the Top 5% of similarly sized companies

Diversity Score How positively minorities rate their overall experience at Thomson Reuters

top 15% Diversity

Thomson Reuters currently ranks in the Top 15% of similarly sized companies

eNPS

Net Promoter Score tracks your employees' overall score to this question: "On a scale from 0-10, how likely are you to recommend working at your company to a friend?"
Top 25%Top 25% of Similar Size Companies
24
eNPS Score
52%Promoters
20%Passives
28%Detractors

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  1. 1st
    Thomson Reuters
    76 / 100
  2. 2nd
    Bloomberg
    74 / 100
  3. 3rd
    FactSet
    74 / 100
  4. 4th
    S&P Global
    73 / 100
  5. 5th
    Dun & Bradstreet
    70 / 100

Perks & Benefits

Health & Wellness
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Health Insurance
Paid Time Off
PTO / Vacation Policy
Paid Holidays
Maternity / Paternity Leave
Financial Benefits
401K / Retirement Plan
Performance Bonus
Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Office Perks
Company Social Outings

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