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Non productive
Senior Software Engineer (Former Employee) –  Washington, DCDecember 7, 2016
Non productive. No fun to work with t begin with.
The top manager doesn't know where the business is.
The only thing they good at is buying and selling.
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wonderful place to work
Legal Analyst (Former Employee) –  Carrollton, TXDecember 7, 2016
Thomson Reuters is a wonderful place to work. This has been the best job I have ever had. Everyone is friendly, professional, and helpful. The intangibles are what make this job stand out: the management, the co-workers, and all the employees and staff at the facility.
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Very Fast paced, but great people and company to work with.
Technical Product Support Representative (Current Employee) –  Ann Arbor, MIDecember 6, 2016
Very Fast paced, but great people and company to work with. Excellent working environment. Lots of opportunity to work overtime for more money. Great benefits.
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Productive and Friendly Atmosphere
Senior Software Engineer (Former Employee) –  Eagan, MNDecember 1, 2016
Good team, manageable workload, Good Management, Learnt several new skills like Java, Spring, Oracle etc. More Vacation. Helpful Co-Workers.
Pros
Healthcare, 4 weeks vacation, 6 days sick leave, 3 personal days
Cons
Not enough opportunity to get promoted for those in Tech side
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Good company to work with but IT moving to India
IT LEAD, SR QA ANALYST (Former Employee) –  Carrollton, TXDecember 1, 2016
Good company to work with but IT moving to India. There is career advancement and opportunities to work in other countries.
Pros
Good company to work with but IT moving to India
Cons
Good company to work with but IT moving to India
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RE: Good benefits, and envioronment
Technology Director (Current Employee) –  New York, NYNovember 30, 2016
Enjoyable place to work. Would like to see more stability and less change. Micromanagement is everywhere and the next change is always just around the corner. It is hard to be effective in an environment where you are always looking over your shoulder.
Pros
Benefits (health isn't as good, near as good as it used to be)
Cons
Constant reorganization
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good work environment
Partnership Director, Strategic Alliances (Current Employee) –  New York, NYNovember 30, 2016
good balance of work. Director mgrs have positive attitude. difficult to get things completed. Overall there is a positive work environment.
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A good place
Product Manager (Current Employee) –  Boston, USANovember 24, 2016
Thomson Reuters provides very good work life balance. The co-workers are good and it is a fun place to be. The salary is not bad and you feel fulfilled because of it.
Pros
Work Life balance
Cons
uncertainty
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Good work-life balance, nice people to work with
Client Manager, Corporate Legal Departments (Former Employee) –  New York, NYNovember 21, 2016
Good work-life balance; nice people. Good pay and benefits. Nice and supportive culture. Management is supportive and company offers lots of opportunities for career and personal growth
Pros
Work-Life Balance
Cons
Divisions that don't perform well will quickly have layoffs
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Seemed like bad decisions were the name of the game
Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee) –  Philadelphia, PANovember 21, 2016
I worked there for a lot of years.

No teamwork. Lack of cooperation. Bad decisions are common place.

Management seems more interested in furthering their personal careers than making quality products.
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Okay company to work for.
Global Order Management Specialist (Current Employee) –  St. Louis, MONovember 18, 2016
Casual depending on what location. Nepotism and Favoritism, Typical coworkers some you love to work with other. Constant change and learning. okay company to work for.
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managers were micromanaers
Product Usage Representative (Former Employee) –  Valhalla, NYNovember 16, 2016
Thomson Reuters set up yearly goals that make no sense which are mandatory. they do not assist in career development so employees are left confused by them.
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The path to you know where is paved with good intentions.
Associate Account Representative (Former Employee) –  Ann ArborNovember 16, 2016
Tax and Accounting Department doesn't seem to be doing the things necessary to have long term employment for their sales personnel. Products are outdated and over priced, the way people sell them now devalues their prices in the first place, creating two seasons where you can sell products - q2, and q4.

Pay was continually downgraded - they would up your base salary and completely soften your commissions. The third year of my employment I would have had to sell 150K more than I sold my second year to make the same amount of money.

Pressure from management to make a certain number of dials a day, you're monitored, and if you don't hit your numbers - whether sales or dials you are on this ice. Out perform your team and go two hundred percent of quota? you're still there late at the end of the month, and management is extremely quick to forget your performance if you have a lackluster quarter due to their poor business strategy.

The training here is top notch, and the managers are mostly good.
Pros
good pay for entry level job
Cons
how much time do you have?
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Great place to work with job security and enforced work/life balance
DIGITAL MARKETING INTERN (Former Employee) –  Eagan, MNNovember 15, 2016
Working here opens the doors to so many opportunities. Their training for interns puts more emphasis on preparing you for the future you desire than a future with the company, and the VP of Customer Operations takes the time to learn everybody's names and get to know you pretty well.

Strong emphasis on work/life balance at this company. They ask that you don't take your work home with you, and they are heavy on the coffee breaks.

Overall great place to work!
Pros
Caring management, fair benefits, opportunities for growth
Cons
Low work ethic
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Global Account Manager (Current Employee) –  New York, NYNovember 14, 2016
The benefits are declining, the management i always changing and their is always uncertainty as to who will be in charge the next week and if you will have a job.
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Unstable
ONESOURCE (Former Employee) –  Carrollton, TXNovember 14, 2016
TR has a great company culture as a whole. I worked in the ONESOURCE Product Support as a contractor, your time there is obviously limited. Unfortunately, they have a habit of promising certain things and not following through with those promises. Management in my department was incredibly unstable, restructuring is needed. Managers are really just seeking to look good to their own bosses, everyone else is overlooked and is disposable. The job itself was great, I learned a lot and it's valuable information to carry in the future. My biggest complaint is the management consistently lying.

Typical day at work is extremely structured, you come in, must be ready to go at 8am and not a second later. 30 minutes of break time for the full day, can divide it up into 15 minute breaks or smaller. I learned more about the tax process, it's information I know I can use later on. Management (read above). Coworkers are great, we're all in the mess together so they make it better to be there. Hardest part of the job is dealing with an unstable management team, the job itself is fine. I enjoyed the job greatly, learning a lot and feeling like you accomplished helping others.
Pros
Free fruit Wednesdays, free food, learn a lot
Cons
Bad management
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Easy going and relaxed
Data Research Specialist (Current Employee) –  New York, NYNovember 13, 2016
It's easy and you know what to expect going into work. There isn't much variety however the management team is nice and helpful. The most enjoyable part of the job is the quiet atmosphere and independent work environment. I learned more about excel with this position.
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Good
Hadoop Data Engineer (Current Employee) –  Minneapolis, MNNovember 11, 2016
Nice place to work , good work life balance . Good opportunities to learn new technologies and they have a very good management to support the latest trends.
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Pleasant, good work life balance
Software (Current Employee) –  Eagan, MNNovember 7, 2016
Management is pleasant, generally expects around 40 hours/week.
Coworkers are pleasant and knowledgeable about the tasks at hand.
Constantly learning and working with new programming paradigms.
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I thought i just did this?
Production and Fulfillment Manager (Former Employee) –  Ann Arbor, MINovember 7, 2016
Thomson Reuters is a good company that has a lot of opportunity for growth but struggled to place the company in the correct vertical due to the type of business that we were part of.
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