Great on-site amenities. Nice workspace, on-site dining facilities, parking, etc. Ability to meet with managers, partner to create innovative solutions, meet with candidates, share the positives of the Company, make a positive connection, etc.
Provide positive solutions, fill hard-to-fill position
Nice place to work. People are nice, location is nice. Facility is very large and has almost everything you would need. One could live there and be just fine. Minute Clinic, lunch room is huge. Oh, job was good too!
Good work-life balance until your job gets outsourced
Manager (Current Employee) – Eagan, MN – May 22, 2017
This was once one of the best places to work in the Twin Cities but unfortunately it is now a place for the older generation to wait out the years until they can collect their pension or for college grads to get a few years experience before moving on for a 40% raise. The executives live in their own bubble of excess while cutting back on trivial benefits for everyone else to make up for the fact that they are unable to grow revenue in a meaningful way. Every November the employees wait to find out whose job will be outsourced this year.
1 in 4 chance each holiday season your job will be outsourced; low pay
Client Account Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – May 18, 2017
Thomson Reuters is one of those large companies that has a lot going on. For their size, they're generally good at providing for and managing their employees, but in their technology departments, they are slow to adapt to changes. Compensation is also pretty low with very little opportunity for advancement.
Thomson Reuters is does its best to do the right things. As a company, they value diversity, they accomodate flexible working arrangements (typically), they offer fair compensation and decent benefits. Generally speaking, it's a nice place to work.
The downside of working at Thomson Reuters is that it's such a large, complex organization. Navigating the internal structures and processes can be maddening. The senior leadership tends to be very intelligent, but also constantly changing. Seldom is anyone around long enough to make any sort of noticable impact or effect any real change. Also, career development is severely lacking.
decent pay, decent benefits
no career development, constant leadership changes
Desktop Support Team Leader (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – May 10, 2017
Company outsourced me with IT initiative with no severance or other consideration. Company is losing focus and outsourcing too many key individuals hoping others with no knowledge will pick up the slack.
Information Technology Lead Analyst (Former Employee) – Eagan, MN – May 5, 2017
While I greatly enjoyed my coworkers, the organizational structure was in constant flux with "rebalancing" occurring annually. While this does keep current employees it means changing management on a regular basis.
CLO Evaluator (Current Employee) – 3 Times Square – May 4, 2017
TR is a great place to work for those who enjoy traveling and value a work-life balance. The people are friendly but the upward mobility is limited. The company continuously goes through a lot of strategic changes.
Lead Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – May 4, 2017
TR is a great place to work specially when it comes to work culture (so relaxed yet so top gear) and work life balance. TR has a open work culture where you feel involved and feel stake in every aspect of your business unit.
Support Staff (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – May 2, 2017
Management here is abysmal, it's why so many reps end up leaving. The pay is not very competitive either, and you are not paid time and a half for hours over 8 in a day or 40 in a week, although you are an hourly employee.