Working at Thomson Reuters

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    3.5
  • Company Outlook
    5.0
  • Fair Pay
    3.0
  • Learning and Development
    2.5
  • Manager Communication
    4.0
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Transparency
    1.5
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Thomson Reuters Reviews

What is it like working at Thomson Reuters?

Client Support Manager, IT:
Pros: Challenging problem solving and maintaining a account list of clients to e retained and to grow with services up sells, building and partnering with clients trust and finding solutions
Cons: Structure support is bad, no room for management or career progression and commission plans not communicated or earnings are flawed to incorrect data
Systems Engineer Work.
Systems Engineer, IT:
Pros: Work from home. Flex Time. 4 weeks vacation. Cell Phone. Annual raise.
Cons: No back fill on positions. Delayed raises. Layoffs. Too many changes in the corporate structure.
Senior Systems Engineer:
Thomson Reuters is a sinking ship. Pay is below market. There are yearly rounds of layoffs and outsourcing. They've cut so many people recently that I'm not sure how the work will get done. All the work is being sent to over seas contractors that do poor work.
Thomson Reuters does not value their employees.
Sr. Test / Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer, (Computer Software) in Lake Oswego:
Pros: flexibility
Cons: employees are only commodities, not people.
It has been a great learning experience, but now I need a change.
Administrative Coordinator in Bangalore:
Pros: The culture of the company.
Cons: There is constant change happening - this at times is frustrating
Smart People, Interesting Work, Byzantine Structure.
Marketing Manager in Hoboken:
Pros: We're an industry leader that spends a lot of time, money, and energy investing in products that really do help our customers and make the world run more honestly and smoothly.
Cons: It is a beehive of silos that is addicted to restructuring roughly once a year.
Nice place but few resources and too much work.
Global Sourcing Manager in San José:
Pros: I get the chance to learn by doing
Cons: My pay, the poor/inexistent relationship with my manager and the huge amount of work to be distributed among few resources