Terrible Management, great if you have friends in high places
Various Positions Held (Former Employee) – Eagan, MN – August 17, 2018
Thomson Reuters is a difficult company to stand behind. it's all about the almighty dollar. The CTO keeps much for himself and when they get rid of some good employees, they do all they can to get out of paying severance. very dirty politics at TR!
nice building and some people
management does not really care about its employees
Thompson Reuters is great for starting out and for building experience. The only downside is that they don’t pay very well compared to market rates. I would suggest anyone (especially attorneys) work here for the time you need to, gain valuable experience, take the free yoga classes, and eat the frozen yogurt. Then move on.
TR is basically average- in most aspects They are not very innovative
Portfolio Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 7, 2018
THe experience one gains in working relationships between departments is phenomenal
The training and development programs are quite good THey do try to reward employees
Mid level management are receptive to employees views suggestions- and work towards an employees development and growth
experience working at TR cannot be beat, mid level management and supervisors very receptive to employee thoughts and solutions to issues, educational opportunities within company and thru tuition reimbursement programs are top notch
work environment not conducive to happy employees, upper echelon of managment needs to listen to employees hold meetings to hear their issues, be more in tune with what other companies are doing when it comes to leave, work environmenttremendous workload on portfolio specialists, order entry group
Temp contract - Business Intelligence (Former Employee) – Eagan, MN – August 5, 2018
I had a great experience working here. The people care and want to do well as well as have healthy groups collaborating together. Regular tech days of learning and the use of Agile kept us moving forward.
Government Contractor (Current Employee) – Carrollton, TX – July 18, 2018
This is an awesome company to work or intern for. They keep you relaxed and comfortable while you work. They have stress relief programs during the day that you can attend and they make sure you have time for work and home life. The culture is the best part. They embrace the sense of culture. They are Awesome!
Billing/Client Administration Manager (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 16, 2018
Senior management gives you a lot of leniency in structuring your team and lets you do your job without micro management. I got the opportunity to learn and travel and manage teams in different offices.
Successful career if you don't need work/life balance
Director (Former Employee) – Eagan, MN – July 14, 2018
TR, like many organizations of this size, waste a lot of resources (human and financial) on reorgs to align with an ever changing vision/strategy. If you're focused on your career objectives and impervious to a chaotic environment that requires 50+ hrs/wk to keep your head above water, Thomson Reuters can be an important step in your career progression.